Centralized Script Manager

Don't know if this is the best avenue for asking this but I have a need to run a script to touch all the computers in my organization.  I'd like to run this off-hours without using a computer start-up or login script. We're a small non-profit without the use of Microsoft's System Center.  Can anyone suggest an easy to use solution?

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Leon TaljaardSystem Center Specialist - ArchitectureCommented:

What are you wanting to accomplish with this script, to audit computers or to deploy software ?
ejefferson213Author Commented:
Deploy software.  I already have the script ready and tested; I just need an easy way to roll it out.  Thanks.
My suggestion would be to use WPKG for a centralized deployment solution.

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ejefferson213Author Commented:
Thank you for the suggestion; I'll check it out!
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