I'm setting up LAPS on a domain.
The IT staff often needs help and I have read about int64 software OVERLAPS.
I don't think that I would need it but the staff may benefit from it.
Also, to be structured, I'd probably want to install LAPS and get it running first.
Then, venture into OVERLAPS if I get positive responses.
Does that sound reasonable?
As I understand things, the LAPS "fat client" would go on a workstation.
How about more than one workstation? For example, on each workstation for the IT staff?
(And, with OVERLAPS, it's not needed at all?)
Any other little practical suggestions?