The client computer must have a network card that is enabled for Wake-on-LAN, and Wake-on-LAN must be enabled in the client computer's BIOS settings. The client computer and the task server must also be in the same subnet.
Lets you add one or more schedules to the policy. You can specify as many schedules as you need, and you can have any number of schedules active at one time.
Lets you specify the time zone to apply to the schedule.
Lets you specify the interval at which to rerun the policy, if any. You can configure its schedule to repeat daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly. This option is available only when you schedule a specific time or a specific window.
Use this option to ensure that the software remains in the correct state on the client computers. A Managed Rollout policy installs the plug-in to a specific known state on the client computer. On a recurring basis, a Managed Rollout policy can perform a compliance check to verify that the state is maintained. If the state of the plug-in is out of compliance, the policy performs remediation to restore the correct state.
Lets you set the options that determine the conditions under which the compliance check is performed and the effective dates for the policy.
Table: Remediation settings for a Managed Rollout policy
Performs the remediation immediately.
At next maintenance window
Performs the remediation at the next maintenance window.
Lets you run a Managed Rollout policy without performing the remediation. Check this option if you only want to perform a compliance check. You can then create a custom report that displays compliance information for the policy.