Management Layer


Management Layer


Automatically provision an IT environment in two hours – no engineers needed. This includes setting up a virtual network, firewall, intrusion prevention, SSL VPN portal, a new Active Directory domain controller, virtual desktops, file and application servers, ADFS, DNS, Office 365, and much more – all in three clicks or less. Nerdio’s automated provisioning tools will ensure this all goes super smoothly.


Conveniently manage users, desktops, shared mailboxes, servers, VPN, backups, and more in one centralized location and within three clicks or less. Tackling day-to-day tasks like changing passwords, unlocking users, resetting desktops, changing group memberships, and reverting user profiles becomes easy. And to make things even sweeter, Active Directory, Office 365, and desktop management are all in one place. No need to remote from one server to another, or use countless management consoles to manage IT environments.

But wait, there’s more. Setting up a new employee is just one example of the power of this platform in action. Here’s a sampling of some other IT management tasks that can be performed in just three clicks or less:

  • Copy an existing user to pre-fill Active Directory Groups and various affiliates
  • Archive (data and email) or delete users when they’ve left the organization
  • Create and manage shared mailboxes
  • Disable/enable logins
  • Reset passwords
  • Set up email forwarding
  • Manage servers
  • Change RAM, CPU or hard disk size
  • Reboot servers or create a new one
  • Billing
  • Test DR failover
  • Review complete audit logs of all management actions


With Nerdio features like Archive and Restore User, it’s pretty easy to see all levels of consumption and adjust accordingly.

For example, if an employee leaves the company, Archiving allows clients to skip paying for an unused license, but still keep all files, folders, emails, and virtual desktop – you know, just in case. Similarly, if an employee takes an extended leave or vacation, clients can archive that user while they’re out – so spending is always optimized.

Easily provision server resources as needed, and upgrade whenever necessary. So, cost is always being controlled by clients – as it should be.

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