Category: PDQ Deploy

Hey guys! Thanks for taking a minute to be a part of our PDQ.com Boot Camp series. If you’re a new IT professional or just new to PDQ.com, this post is sure to help ease your stress levels a bit. Today we’ll break down the steps necessary for creating a new domain controller. Set a […]

PDQ Deploy 17 is now available for download. This version of PDQ Deploy comes with something you’ve all been waiting for – integrated functionality with the PDQ Inventory 16 optional Agent. In order to use this new feature, you will need to be using both PDQ Deploy 17 and PDQ Inventory 16.5 running in Central […]

If you’re new to PDQ.com this blog post is bound to help you know how to use our Support Site and submit a support ticket, as well as reach our Solutions Team. Also, keep in mind that this post is more directed toward those of you who may be new to the IT world. We […]

I recently returned from Black Hat, one of the world’s largest cybersecurity conferences in the heart of Las Vegas, Nevada. While there I was able to learn various techniques used by hackers to infiltrate and take over entire networks. We were taught these techniques so we can understand how to defend against the various hacks […]

Last time in PDQ Deploy Install Step (Part 2) we went over the Nested Package Step, the File Copy Step, and the Reboot Step. Luckily, you can read up on it here if you missed it. Now, let’s check back in and review the last three install steps of this three-part blog series. Sleep Step Surprise, […]

In PDQ Deploy Install Step (Part 1), we discussed PDQ Deploy and the Install Step, the Command Step, and the PowerShell Step. If you missed it, you can get back up to speed by reading the article here. Now, let’s dive into a few other PDQ Deploy Install steps. The Nested Package Step The great […]

Install Step The PDQ Deploy Install step is more powerful than you may think.  Jordan and I walk you through all the many uses for the Install step. These include .exe, .msi, .msp, batch files, VBscripts, Regedit files, and PowerShell scripts. PDQ Deploy makes the installation of different install files smooth as butter.  MSI files […]

In Part 1 of this blog series, “PDQ Automated Software Deployments,”  you created and set up schedules, and now you’re patching your machines. But, what if you didn’t want to patch all of your machines at the same time? Maybe you want to set up a pilot group to test patches before rolling them out […]

PDQ Deploy, in conjunction with PDQ Inventory, can be a powerful tool in setting up automated software deployments. When combined, the two can be configured to identify and patch many of the most common applications with pre-built packages in our Package Library. Below is how I like to setup my software deployments using PDQ Deploy’s, […]