RES Brings Wisdom to Windows Change Management

Real Enterprise Solutions announced Thursday that it is shipping Wisdom, a new integrated change and configuration management tool for Windows.

The package is designed to enable administrators to deploy software, apply hotfixes, install Microsoft updates and automate many other routine maintenance tasks, Atlanta, Ga. and Amsterdam-based RES says. Those tasks include modifying registry settings, and changing service parameters and computer name properties, as well as monitoring event logs and disk space usage. Other features provide system audit trails and generating reports.

For instance, Wisdom’s Instant Reports feature lets administrators query reports based on total computer hardware or software inventory, file contents, disk space history and application inventory, according to RES. It also provides a centralized console that enables administrators to create and automate routine maintenance tasks.

The package is licensed on a per agent basis.

About the Author

Stuart J. Johnston has covered technology, especially Microsoft, since February 1988 for InfoWorld, Computerworld, Information Week, and PC World, as well as for Enterprise Developer, XML & Web Services, and .NET magazines.


  • Blue Squares Graphic

    Microsoft Previews Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows

    Microsoft announced a preview of Azure IoT Edge for Linux on Windows, which lets organizations tap Linux virtual machine processes that also work with Windows- and Azure-based processes and services.

  • How To Automate Tasks in Azure SQL Database

    Knowing how to automate tasks in the cloud will make you a more productive DBA. Here are the key concepts to understand about cloud scripting and a rundown of the best tools for automating code in Azure.

  • Microsoft Open License To End Next Year for Government and Education Groups

    Microsoft's "Open License program" will end on Jan. 1, 2022, and not just for commercial customers, but also for government, education and nonprofit organizations.

  • Dealing with a Hyper-V VM That's Stuck on Screen

    A three-keystroke solution to a problem that has no discernible cause.

comments powered by Disqus