Whether you manage 50 devices or 5000, keeping your Windows computers up-to-date is time consuming and fraught with challenges. NinjaRMM automates your Windows patch management to minimize security vulnerabilities, save you time on patching, and improve user productivity.
Not just Windows 10 and Windows 7 Patch Management
Ninja keeps your entire IT infrastructure up-to-date and secure by automating patch management for Windows, Windows Server, Mac, and Linux operating systems. You’ll save time and reduce complexity by having a single solution for all your patching needs.
Patch Microsoft Edge, Word, Office 365 and more
Ninja’s patch management software includes robust support for over 140 of the most common application used today. Automatically install and patch these applications across individual devices, groups, or organizations.
Automated remote patch management
Save time and improve patch compliance by remotely patching your Windows devices automatically with NinjaRMM. Automate patch scanning and set update schedules for all your Windows computers to minimize time spent on patch management.
See the patch status of all your devices in one place
Ninja provides a dashboard showing the patch status of all your devices under management. See which devices have pending patches, failed patches, and installed patches in an easy-to-read dashboard.
Security vulnerability patch reporting
Ninja provides beautiful, presentation-ready reports. You’ll be able to report on patch compliance status, security vulnerabilities, and much more at the click of a button.
Easily Configure your Microsoft Windows Patch Settings
Ninja allows you to take complete control over your Windows patch management settings. You can set automatic patch approval settings for each patch type and criticality. You also get full control over scanning and updating schedules, reboot options, and more.
Leverage a WSUS server for patching
By default, Ninja pulls patches directly from the Microsoft cloud, allowing users to patch endpoints wherever they are. For uses with a WSUS server, Ninja allows users to leverage the WSUS server instead, for greater patch control and reduced bandwidth utilization.
Where RMMs Should Be
Ninja’s patch management feature blows all other RMM's out of the water, ease of use is what all other RMM products hope for.
Matthew Anciaux, Managing Partner, Monarchy IT LLC
Bring automation to IT Ops
Patch management in Windows and third-party patching has saved us many man hours of our regular patching. NinjaRMM has helped us bring automation to our team.
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