How PDQ.com is Giving Back to the Community We do more than just develop software and talk about the Simpsons, Futurama, and Family Guy around here. We also like to contribute to our community and help serve those around us too. That’s why we wanted to share a few of the ways PDQ gives back.  […]

We’ve covered lot’s of things in this boot camp series to get you ready for your first deployment. If you missed them, check out our past videos and blog posts before continuing. We discuss things such as, “Setting up LAPS,” “How to Set up DHCP,” and  “How to Set Up DNS.” Today, we walk you through your first deployment using PDQ […]

As of this writing, the United States government is reopening for three weeks ending the longest government shutdown in American history. PDQ.com understands how difficult this shutdown has been on the hundreds of thousands of government workers that were furloughed.  If you’re a system administrator, what happened to your machines while you were gone? What […]

You’ve found yourself in the same situation as most other sysadmins in the world. Now, you’ve been tasked to clean up Windows 10 for your organization. You’ve searched the internet and found blogs and forum posts with random bits of PowerShell, most of which only run within the current user context.  Not to fear, this […]

You’ve Inherited PDQ Deploy and Inventory…Now What? You just found out that Tim is moving on. You’re not sure where, and you’re not sure that you care. All that matters now is that you’re taking over his system administration duties. Yep. That’s right. Those 342 machines that Tim was responsible for keeping patched and up-to-date […]

How to Convince The Boss We know, that you know that our software is pretty awesome, but does the holder of the purse strings know that too? So how do you convince and impress your boss? It can be hard persuading the Big Kahuna when it comes to purchases or changes. Luckily we can help […]

Try PDQ Deploy Bobino Rubber Cable Wraps This gadget makes a great cable wrap for securing long cords that can easily make a mess of your desk. It’s compact and flexible, making it easy to conceal and store excess computer cords and chargers. Stick-On Charger Clips Maybe it’s just our ‘lazy’ generation, but there’s nothing […]

LAPS isn’t a horrifying disease, it stands for Local Administrator Password Solution. After a computer is joined to the domain the local administrator account isn’t used often or is disabled and not able to be used at all. This creates a problem, do you keep an admin account with no domain ties enabled or do […]

The PDQ 10 (Pudgy, Donut, and something else clever with a Q) You might be wondering what PDQ 10 is? I’ll say this…we’re not referring to a past version of our software or future software release. Simply put, it is the inability to resist the endless supply of candy bars, soda pop, and other snacks […]