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    Software to control multiple machines

    Hi there everyone

    I often find myself having to install software onto our Windows 7 machines manually.....one at a time and do exactly the same thing. It's often when there's only an .exe and no msi of the software and I'm in a rush. It's so laborious.

    Can anyone recommend some software - ( free if possible ) that will mirror my mouse clicks /keyboard stuff live to a whole bunch of pcs....
    I have searched for many things over the years. I don't really want to use a Macro Recorder......

    Anyway if anyone can chime in and suggest something I would be most grateful.

    Cheers

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    It's not free and is overkill for just this (unless you'd have use for the other features too), but I've always used Impero for occasions like this - it's Mimic script thingy is awesome.

    I don't know of any free or perhaps more suitable ones, I'm afraid, but figured I'd mention it anyway on the offchance it's of some help.

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    Impero

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    A lot of exes are nsis/installshield/other.
    Learn the switches, have a script template deploy through gpo.
    Or use pdq deploy or psexec.

    Do you not have time due to no sla ?

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    BCX Management Tools with PRISM we have been using this for a few years and is excellent but does a lot more than just software installation same as Impero so not sure if it is overkill for what you want Burconix - Professional ICT Solutions for Education and SME but take a look and are a really good company to deal with.

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    I use Impero.

    While it may seem expensive (it really isn't) after you add all the benefits up. I would professionally recommend impero to any school, i think its awesome!

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    SCCM will allow you to install .exe over a network no issues. Its pretty cheap for schools as well.

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    Another vote for Impero

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    Impero mimic can handle this, although it is not mirroring _ just a bunch of keyboard commands at specific timings.

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