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Absolute Introduces Microsoft SCCM Automated Repair Functionality

Absolute® (TSX: ABT)today introduced new security functionality that automatically repairs the Microsoft® System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) client installed on an endpoint, should it require attention.
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Absolute® (TSX: ABT) today introduced new security functionality that automatically repairs the Microsoft® System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) client installed on an endpoint, should it require attention. Absolute customers rely on Microsoft SCCM to manage the deployment and the security of endpoints, including the ability to patch software applications, a fundamental requirement to protect an organization from malware exploits. If the SCCM client requires attention on an endpoint, Absolute will trigger an automatic repair

“Absolute allows us to validate the status of our SCCM client components and ensure everything is functioning optimally,” stated Michael Riggs, Vice President and Information Security Officer, Interbank 1. “In scenarios where the client requires attention, we can focus on that endpoint and fix the situation remotely, maintaining control over the device. With a highly mobile workforce, this on and off network capability is an imperative.”

To learn more about SCCM repair, visit www.absolute.com/sccm

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