Cut logon times
Long logons annoy
It's true. In fact, research indicates that after a 30-second wait, 71% of end users will perform personal tasks for up to five minutes, costing the company time and money and leaving unlocked devices open to security breaches.
In addition to decreased user productivity, protracted logon times can drive poor user acceptance of desktop virtualization and higher service desk call volume. Ending long logons builds end-user confidence in IT, reduces IT costs, and contributes to improved productivity for all.
Eliminate the causes of long logons
Traditional roaming profiles, logon scripts, and Group Policy Objects are the leading causes of prolonged logons. Eliminate them, and your users log on faster. How do we do it? Read the data sheet below.
Simplify policy management
Tame Group Policy Objects (GPOs)
Eliminate profile corruption
How Ivanti can help
Solutions from Ivanti eliminate the need to rely on traditionally bulky user profiles, unwieldy logon scripts, and complex Group Policy Objects—speeding user logons. End users get to work faster, call the service desk less often, and become advocates for IT.
Speed user logons
With Environment Manager, users start working quickly without prolonged logons.
Eliminate logon scripts and GPOs
Environment Manager decouples user data from the desktop environment and manages this data independently of the device. A point-and-click, parallel-processing engine centralizes policy management without relying on logon scripts or GPOs.
No more profile corruption
Rather than utilizing monolithic, corruption-prone user profiles, Environment Manager stores user settings on a per-user, per-application basis in a highly scalable infrastructure that streams personalization on-demand to any Windows platform.
Environment Manager replaces cumbersome logon scripts with fine-grained policy that is applied based on context. The user logs on as fast as possible to a consistent desktop.
Point-and-click policy definition
IT can define granular policies that adapt based on context, using a scalable, point-and-click interface. In addition, Environment Manager captures all user-specific customizations to the operating system and applications as they happen.
User settings rollback
The self-service rollback capabilities of Environment Manager allow users to restore application and desktop settings to a preferred working state. This eliminates the need for IT to delete corrupted profiles and the resultant user downtime.