We performed a comparison between GFI LanGuard and ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out in this report how the two Patch Management solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The most valuable features of GFI LanGuard are the vulnerability assessment, it provides us with substantial insight into what applications are running on the endpoint systems and what vulnerabilities are there in the running applications. The second would be the assets tracking. I'm able to see in the network whether my endpoint server is operating and if all the other IT equipment is running in the environment. Additionally, GFI LanGuard is not heavy on system resources. It gives a competitive advantage over others."
"I like that the solution can block users from unnecessarily putting devices on the network."
"The most useful features of GFI LanGuard are vulnerability assessment and patching solutions."
"The most valuable feature of GFI LanGuard is its email spam feature."
"The most valuable features in GFI LanGuard are patch management and vulnerability assessment."
"The initial setup was easy."
"The solution is easy to use and integrates well with other operating systems."
"The most valuable feature is that I am able to patch third-party solutions."
"The initial setup was easy."
"It is a highly stable solution."
"You can create remote sessions for client systems."
"The fetch repository is a good feature."
"ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus is lightweight and has a remote push feature that helps me manage several main sites and subsites."
"The tool's most valuable feature is performance."
"The most valuable features are patch management and mobile device management."
"The most valuable feature of this solution is centralized management."
"GFI LanGuard has some technical limitations with machines."
"If GFI LanGuard had a cloud version it would be better for people that are working from home."
"GFI LanGuard can improve by adding more modules, such as asset control or asset inventory."
"The version we are using only allows one person to use it at a time and does not allow multi-users."
"GFI LanGuard can improve by adding asset tracking."
"When you want to uninstall software from an endpoint, sometimes it becomes very problematic."
"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."
"The tool's support needs improvement."
"I find the user interface a little bit intimidating and not very appealing."
"The cloud version should have option to add all the endpoints using the agent. Not only for Windows, but also the Linux version. There are some versions which are not compatible with SaaS Manager. So some customers do not want to use the latest version of Linux latest version of CentOS. Actually, CentOS is not available. But some are using and patch manager is compatible for some versions only, not older older versions. So there are some pros and cons that are referred to patch management."
"The only area for improvement in ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus, which I noticed, is the reporting."
"The solution's initial setup is not straightforward, and we have to customize it with our relevant features."
"The agent can be a bit more intelligent."
"The solution's UI is an area that requires improvement."
"ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus needs to improve speed."
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.
Patch Manager Plus is a simple patch management tool that makes it easy to keep your network patched and secure. It is an endpoint patch management software that provides enterprises a single interface for automating all patch management tasks - from detecting missing patches to deploying patches - for Windows, Mac, Linux and 250+ third-party applications. Whether you have one computer or hundred, they can all be patched at the same time from a single point of console.
GFI LanGuard is ranked 9th in Patch Management with 7 reviews while ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus is ranked 7th in Patch Management with 9 reviews. GFI LanGuard is rated 8.0, while ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus is rated 8.4. The top reviewer of GFI LanGuard writes "A scalable, competitively priced solution with a good ROI and easy setup process ". On the other hand, the top reviewer of ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus writes "A tool for vulnerability patching and easy management of patches with a great technical support team". GFI LanGuard is most compared with Microsoft Windows Server Update Services, Microsoft Configuration Manager, BigFix, Ivanti Patch for Endpoint Manager and Kaseya VSA, whereas ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus is most compared with Microsoft Windows Server Update Services, BigFix, ManageEngine Endpoint Central, Microsoft Configuration Manager and N-able N-central. See our GFI LanGuard vs. ManageEngine Patch Manager Plus report.
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