for your service desk
Manage Your Entire Windows Fleet
From desktops and laptops to servers, Overcee is designed to help you manage the devices in your Windows environment.
Overcee isn't intended as a substitute for your existing management technologies. However, we do aim to make it the best at providing full, granular control over who can manage parts of your fleet and in what way.
Your environment is probably already organised just the way you like it in Active Directory, and who are we to change that? We make use of your existing structure, and allow you full control over who can read, write or run tools against each Organisational Unit. Want to group things differently? That's no problem either: we also support custom virtual containers for organising devices in any way imaginable.
Single Quick Changes, or Lots of Changes at Once
Overcee can be used for jobs both small and large alike, and even the most complicated process can be refined down into just a couple of mouse clicks.
Push out quick fixes where overburdening systems with more Group Policies is not a desirable solution, or implement complex processes to offload work, minimise overheads, and prevent human-error.
Set registry keys; read, write or modify files; change permissions, whatever you need to do you can manage it with Overcee.
Execute server-side programs on the worker server or directly on the managed domain computer or server. Capture the results and use them in other tools, all through a simple web interface.
While not designed as a software distribution platform, Overcee can run software installations just as well as other solutions.
Quickly get the status of any piece of installed software, setting or device statuses; keeping you in touch with your fleet.
Got something more complicated in mind? No problem! In Overcee you can build a Tool Sequence to run thousands of steps if needed. Take all of your manual processes and procedures and adapt them into static, robust sequences for running at the click of a button.
Pre-configure authorised command line executables so that Service Desk users can run them at the click of a button. Programs can either run from the server (network tools) or locally on the target computer.