Device Commander (DevCDR)
is a lightweight Client/Server Management tool for Windows published under the Open-Source License "GNU General Public License v3.0". The Web-based Admin console allows to trigger actions against a single or multiple clients. Just mark the clients and select an activity from the right click menu or a custom PowerShell script.
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Installation Manual on Wiki
- interactive Web frontend
- run PowerShell activities and custom commands in realtime
- Install Software directly from https://RuckZuck.tools
- Custom Inventory (PowerShell)
- Blockchain based archive (JainDB)
- Inventory-History with visual Differential and Timeline of changes
- Custom Reporting with Excel or PowerBI
- Scheduled PowerShell script for Health- and Compliance-checks
- multi tenancy support (only for Server running .NET 4.7)
- device grouping
- Only outgoing HTTPS (443) communication (agent) with Proxy support
- Azure AD Authentication (Management-Interface)
- DevCDRAgent (MSI is currently x64 only)
- Azure Active Directory (Basic)
- Azure Web App (Free F1 or better)
Server Core is running on .NET Core 2.2. and can only host a single instance.
Note: Server Core is not compatible with the existing .NET4.6 Agent. please use the new Agent for Server Core.
A preconfigured Docker image is available at: https://hub.docker.com/r/zanderr/devcdr_server_core/
or just run:
docker pull zanderr/devcdr_server_core
The default view is in Read-Only mode, so you will not be able to trigger something on my machines :-)
https://devcdr.azurewebsites.net/DevCDR/Test You have to install an Agent in this Test-Instance (click the "Agent" button on the Web-Site to get the installation command).