EaseUS Deploy Manager helps you to deploy and configure Windows systems on your new PCs/servers as fast as you can provision one, simplifying IT administration routine and improving work efficiency.
This efficient system deployment solution is ideal for rapid bare-metal deployments to a large number of PCs or servers, ensures that changes deployed into a target system environment are executed in a structure. No need to manually install Windows on every machine.
Add machines, create a Windows system image, and deploy to install the system on a scale. All is automated, nothing manual.
Import a machine list file, or input the machine’s Media Access Control Address (MAC Address) to add machines for your IT infrastructure deployment. Both ways work well.
Create an exact image of your system on a master machine, including machine-specific configurations, deploy the image, and install Windows systems to a mass of live machines in one easy step.
Useful system deploying functions.
Group up client machines and manage the deployment in bulk.
Deploy to machines in Windows 11/10/8/7/Vista/XP and Server 2003/2008/2012/2016/2019.
Deploy the same system image to dissimilar hardware, even to different live machines.
Deploy and get your system back on track in emergency cases.
Power up or wake up computers at a remote location to deploy the system via a network.
Configure your PXE Server, and boot up your machine via a network.
1. A Microsoft DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) server available on your network.
2. Only full disk/partition backup images created by EaseUS Todo Backup without encryption can be deployed. The image should be stored on a network location where you can access from the master machine.
3. Only one PXE Server is allowed to be turned on within a LAN during deploying.
It only takes us up to two hours to set up almost 32 PCs with a new fresh system. Thank you, guys.
Great software for system deployment!!!
Windows system keeps going on well after we configured new Windows 10 to new computers. Reduce the setting time and business cost.
-by Jon. Smiths