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Unfortunately, LogMeIn is a long ways from being perfect. It has a lot of really great features, though they don't always work well. For instance, they have a Windows update feature, which is a great value-add when you have a large fleet of servers. However, Windows updates have a lot of quirks, and often times force you to go back to the individual servers and address these updates manually. Things like excluding updates from installation, or controlling that aspect of updates altogether is not possible. Controlling the settings of windows updates (i.e., installing automatically vs download and waiting to install, etc.) rarely work, if ever. Self-Healing features are another great idea, but they are given very little attention in development. In this day and age, you would expect that native support for PowerShell would be included, yet these features and tasks are stuck in triggering scripts with batch files. File storage and sharing is another point of improvement. This was introduced a few months ago, and again, with very little development, and was also poorly implemented. We have started using it for a couple months, and it was so frustrating that we abandoned it. The Kaspersky product was a welcome change. We have tested it for a while, but were reluctant to put it in production, given its potential drastic effect on the operation of our servers, and the bad history of quickly addressing problems. This one was too much of a risk, and we still opted to pay for a third party product for a security suite. General UI issues are also a problem, there are inconsistencies in the UI between one screen and the other, and some weird Flash Bugs while performing certain actions.

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