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"This product is a great solution at a great price as long as it is only going to be used for a local area network.""The most valuable feature is that I am able to patch third-party solutions."

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"The solution is easy to implement."

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"This solution is limited to the local area network only and cannot manage remote devices.""The documentation on how to use this solution in a Linux environment is not clear, which is something that should be improved because it is complicated."

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"The solution can be quite expensive, compared to other options on the market."

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Top Answer: The solution is easy to implement.
Top Answer: Compared to other software options, this is not exactly a cheap solution. However, the value you get is good, and therefore it's worth the cost.
Top Answer: The view of the security could be better. The solution can be quite expensive, compared to other options on the market.
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Overview

GFI LanGuard enables complete patch management of security and non-security patches to Microsoft operating systems, Mac OS X, major Linux distributions and third-party applications. It can also automate patching for all major web browsers too.

Ivanti Patch for Linux, UNIX, Mac, powered by Heat, swiftly detects vulnerabilities in today’s environment, from workstation to data center. And it deploys expertly pretested patches automatically, helping organizations to patch with more efficiency and efficacy.

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GFI LanGuard is ranked 8th in Patch Management with 2 reviews while Ivanti Patch for Linux, UNIX, Mac is ranked 15th in Patch Management with 1 review. GFI LanGuard is rated 8.0, while Ivanti Patch for Linux, UNIX, Mac is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of GFI LanGuard writes "Improves network visibility and keeps our products up to date with the latest patches". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Ivanti Patch for Linux, UNIX, Mac writes "Easy to implement and offers good scanning but the pricing is a bit high". GFI LanGuard is most compared with ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus, SCCM, SolarWinds Patch Manager, Ivanti Patch for Endpoints and BigFix, whereas Ivanti Patch for Linux, UNIX, Mac is most compared with .

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