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kase vs config manager

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We are looking to deploy a management soultion in our enviornment and we are looking at both kase and config manager.  Based on your experience, what would you go with?  Very very broad question I know, but looking for cons-pros.  We are a healthcare facility and a Microsoft Heavy Environment with 2k8r2 AD, Exchange 2010,  Approx 500 servers, 200 which are physical, 1500 users, around 2000 devices.  Most are on XP but as we refresh our desktops they are going to Win7 pro and/or eprise.  We have no control over our current environment and are not doing anything in regards to patch management process in-place.
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by:waleeda
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For sure go for system center config manager
I like it so much, specially the OSD Features
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have you used kase?  
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thanks mathi.  so why would i want to go with that over the other 2?
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Brian,

Same set of features and affordable

http://www.manageengine.com/products/desktop-central/store.html

thanks
Mathi
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