Grouping of devices based on location, firmware level, and RAM or Flash configuration
Computer Lab International (CLI), a provider of CLI thin clients virtual desktop devices, midrange terminals and management software, has launched new features in CLI Device Manager version 3.0.
The company claims, CLI Device Manager can deploy, manage, and remove device images on physical thin client, integrated endpoint devices and thin laptops.
The new CLI Device Manger features thin client provisioning of firmware image, policy and software package updates, asset tracking, remote troubleshooting as well as device discovery/configuration.
CLI director of technology Jason Marshall said with the new Logical Grouping feature CLI Device Manager enables grouping of devices based on logical separators like location, firmware level or even how much RAM or Flash is configured.
"Firmware, BIOS, device patching, updates or configuration changes can be performed in groups or done automatically, eliminating the need for system administrators to manage individual desktops," Marshall said.
"Flash updates, device configuration and patch tasks can be performed immediately or scheduled to be performed at a later time."