System Integrity Inspector Introduction

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Hello, and welcome to our first ever Blog Post.

We will be writing a series of Blog posts to introduce the IT community to our exciting new product. We have designed System Integrity Inspector software to automate the troubleshooting of software systems.

How many times for a particular problem do you repeat the same troubleshooting steps?

Wouldn’t it be great if you could define those troubleshooting steps and automatically test them on any windows computer.

Well that was the inspiration to create System Integrity Inspector software.

System Integrity Inspector software can be used to troubleshoot, document, and make sure all of your windows software is compliant to your company’s standards. System Integrity Inspector uses a wizard based interface to allow you to build rules to define your software settings. You can then run these rules on any Windows desktop or server operating system to confirm that computer has the correct configuration.

System Integrity Inspector software includes a number of rules that are broken up in to different rule types. There are system rules, file system rules, registry rules, and other rules. By using a combination of these rules most system configurations can be tested.

Example of System Integrity Inspector - File System RulesExample of System Integrity Inspector - System Rules

For a full list of rules see Rules Support page

While it is possible to manually troubleshoot issues, by creating a profile of how the software should be configured, you can quickly confirm that the software is compliant. The profile can also serve as documentation of the software system.

Profiles can be configured to gather system information as well as test specific settings. When a rule is set as compulsory, in the pdf report the result for that rule is highlighted green for success and red for failure allowing you to quickly scan through the report to determine if there is an issue. This is particularly useful in resolving time sensitive issues.

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