This section provides information on how the IT administrator can successfully achieve organization's infrastructure management goals using BMC Client Management.

The following table provides links to relevant topics for each goal:

Access and navigate the BMC Client Management console and use it's features

Accessing and navigating the BMC Client Management console

Access and navigate the BMC Client Management web console and use it's features

Accessing and navigating the BMC Client Management web console

Understand the process of agent rollout, roll out your first agent, automatically roll out agent using a wizard, download and install rollout from a server, schedule a rollout, uninstall the client agent via rollout

Rolling out agents

Understand and apply operational rules

Applying operational rules

Collect and manage inventory of a device and a device group, purge the device and all its connected data from the database, collect inventory remotely via USB for unconnected device

Managing inventory

Monitor and manage installed applications, define applications to use in application management, configure application monitoring, manage application lists, custom applications, licensed software, schedule templates, software catalog, track and manage usage of software licenses, create a licensed software

Managing applications

Evaluate compliance of your IT environment with necessary rules and regulations, assign the compliance rule to a device group and evaluate its members, create a device group of a non-complaint devices, manage compliance rules

Managing compliance

Automate distribution, installation, and configuration of all enterprise software, distribute your first package, create an MSI package, assign an existing package to the targets for distribution, manage packages

Deploying Operating Systems

Manage, update, and download patches across your network, manage patch inventory, patch groups, patch jobs, bulletins, service packs, dynamic downloader, local access, and patch service pack distribution wizard

Managing patches

Monitor all systems on a network remotely

Managing devices remotely

Implement power management on client systems, monitor power management events and generate power management reports, define an upload schedule for Power Management, regularly generate the inventory and upload the events

Managing power management

Launch a diagnostic tool for verification and checks, view device and device group diagnostic results, cancel a running diagnostic, delete diagnostic result, repair corrupted data in the database, import new diagnostic scripts

Managing diagnostic tools

Remotely configure, manage, and enroll iOS mobile devices, manage mobile applications and configuration profiles

Managing mobile devices

Access MyApps, view the available and installed software

Working with MyApps

Enable or disable the timer, change the frequency of the timerWorking with timer

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