[THIN] triCerat Releases RegSet

  • From: Jim Kenzig <jimkenz@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: thinnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2002 09:35:25 -0500

triCerat Releases RegSet that allows you to save and restore, set, and
delete end user registry settings easily.

Registry Administration Simplified
Overview of RegSet triCerat® RegSet empowers you to provide your end users
with a customized computing environment, even if you are using restrictive
Mandatory Profiles. This allows you to avoid the hassles of Roaming
Profiles. RegSet allows you to save and restore, set, and delete end user
registry settings. Manage the registry keys at the group, user, or terminal
level. This single-point of control for registry administration means you
can ensure reliability and consistency of registry keys across the server
farm. RegSet offers ADM Template support. Replace your time-consuming,
corruption-prone Roaming Profiles with a single, intuitive interface to
registry settings.

Key Benefits
Maintain mandatory profiles while still providing your end users with a
customized environment.

Ensure quality control and reliability across the server farm by applying
custom and pre-defined registry settings, at the group, user, or terminal
level, through a single-point of control.

Reduce user login time by eliminating large, corruption-prone roaming

Decrease network traffic caused by Roaming Profiles copying between sessions
and servers.

Improve end user satisfaction by supporting user customization.

Save and restore end users' application customizations, such as Microsoft
Office settings.

Reduce server downtime by eliminating registry key related script failures.

Increase staff efficiency by reducing the amount of time spent creating
complex scripts.  back to top

ADM Template Support Supports ADM Templates.

RegSet translates imported ADM Templates into an easy to use GUI.

RegSet comes pre-populated with some common ADM Templates, or you can import
your own templates.

User Registry Key Save and Restore Saves user's HKCU registry keys at log
off and restores them at log in.

Consistently and reliably provides your end users with a customized
environment while eliminating Roaming Profile failures.

Restore and save registry settings at the group, user, or terminal level.

User Registry Key Set Provides you with the tools you need to control the
server environment. You decide the drives they see, the default printer they
use, and hundreds of other registry key settings. Easily establish user
settings at the group, user, or terminal level.   User Registry Key Delete
Delete user registry keys at log off. In many applications, user
customizations cause server inefficiencies and system failures. With RegSet,
you can control when, how, or if users can customize their environment.
Delete user settings at the group, user, or terminal level.   Single Point
of Control for User Registry Keys RegSet replicates the user's registry keys
across the servers for reliability and consistency among all servers. RegSet
ties a relational database containing the registry information to an easy to
use interface. Manage all users/group/terminal registry settings for your
entire server farm from one application. Ensures optimal performance and
prevents single point of failure through replication of the database on
every Terminal server.   Pre-defined Registry Keys RegSet delivers commonly
edited keys, such as drive mappings. The intuitive interface gives you the
power to create custom keys and groups of keys.  back to top  Roaming
Profiles versus RegSet Until RegSet, providing a truly customized
environment required Roaming Profiles. Roaming Profiles require significant
time and resources to maintain. Many end users complain about the time it
takes for their profiles to load when the whole office logs in at 9am.
Additionally, the profiles are prone to corruption as they grow in size. By
using RegSet, administrators can reduce user log in time and eliminate
failures caused by Roaming Profiles. RegSet increases administrators'
productivity by eliminating the need to manage Roaming Profiles. back to top
Examples of Registry Keys Managed in RegSet  Internet Explorer Security
Settings  Toolbar placement and items in Microsoft Office applications  Set
default printers  Hide, show, and map drives  Hide specific control panel
applets  Clear recent documents on user log off  Remove the clock on the
task bar  And, hundreds of other registry key settings  Note: RegSet manages
ALL registry keys in HKEY_CURRENT_USER back to top  Supported Operating
Systems  Windows 2000 Terminal Services  Windows NT 4.0 Terminal Services

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