How do I run a report in KACE?

How do I run a report in KACE?

You can run a report using one of 65 standard reports supplied with KACE Express. 1. On the left navigation bar, click Reporting to expand the section and display the default Reports list page.

What is KACE K1000?

The KACE K1000 Systems Management Appliance enables growing organizations to easily manage, secure and service all their network-connected devices — including servers, PCs, Macs, Chromebooks, smartphones, tablets and non-computing devices.

What does KACE software do?

KACE is a systems management and deployment product which provides inventory and asset management, software distribution, and patch management.

What database does KACE use?

The KACE SMA database can be accessed from any ODBC-compliant third-party tool if you have installed the (32bit) MySQL ODBC driver.

What does KACE stand for?


Acronym Definition
KACE Kenya Advanced Certificate of Education
KACE Kenya Agricultural Commodity Exchange Ltd. (Nairobi, Kenya)
KACE Ka-Band Communication Experiment
KACE Kauffman/Angell Center for Entrepreneurship (Wake Forest University; Winston-Salem, NC)

What is endpoint system management?

Endpoint management is an IT and cybersecurity process that consists of two main tasks: evaluating, assigning and overseeing the access rights of all endpoints; and applying security policies and tools that will reduce the risk of an attack or prevent such events.

Who uses KACE?

The most common users of KACE Systems Management Appliance are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Higher Education industry.

Did Dell sell KACE?

KACE family appliances were then sold by Dell. In 2012, KACE became a part of the Dell Software group. On November 1, 2016, Francisco Partners and Elliot Management acquired the Dell Software Group, which was re-launched as Quest Software. KACE products are currently part of the Quest Software portfolio.

Is KACE owned by Dell?

Dell announced on Thursday that it is acquiring KACE, a systems management appliance company that targets mid-sized businesses and public institutions, including government, education and healthcare.

What is the difference between Endpoint Manager and Intune?

Microsoft Intune, which is a part of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, provides the cloud infrastructure, the cloud-based mobile device management (MDM), cloud-based mobile application management (MAM), and cloud-based PC management for your organization.

What’s the difference between Endpoint Manager and Intune?

You choose whether Configuration Manager or Intune is the management authority for the seven different workload groups. As part of Endpoint Manager, co-management uses cloud features, including conditional access. You keep some tasks on-premises, while running other tasks in the cloud with Intune.

What is KACE patching?

The KACE SMA patch management software enables you to designate one computer in a remote subnet to kick off Wake-On-Lan during off hours for patching and distribution.

Is Intune now called Endpoint Manager?

Is Intune still called Intune?

Microsoft Intune still exists — both in name and product — and is now part of MEM. Even as part of Microsoft Endpoint Manager, IT administrators can still use Intune as a separate management platform for mobile device management (MDM) and unified endpoint management (UEM).

What is the difference between Intune and Endpoint Manager?

Intune is now part of the Endpoint Manager platform, but the standalone product has the same focus. Almost nothing changes for organizations that have deployed Intune before the arrival of Microsoft Endpoint Manager. The main difference for the Intune administrators is the administrator experience.