MSP360 RMM 1.3
## *With Centralized Deployment of Windows Updates and Software Management on a Group of Computers, Reporting, and UI Improvements*
Starting from version 1.3, MSP360 RMM gets to a new level by adding even more automation of daily administrative tasks and helping IT administrators to keep track of important changes on the clients’ computers. We're excited to introduce such features as software and Windows Updates deployment, new alerts, and reports that will simplify tech engineers' daily routines and give them fewer things to worry about.
**Windows Updates Deployment**
The automated Windows Updates Deployment enables you to choose and install patches on multiple desktops and servers at a time. Starting from version 1.3, there is no need to go through all the computers one by one to check for available Windows Updates. Using the RMM Group Action wizard on the Computers, Remote Management page, you can scan the operating system on a group of computers to identify available updates and install them in bulk.
![RMM GA button 1.jpg](BASE/products/956021337/changelog/10274/inline-f32c898566af3a69a065dd0475aef33f.jpg)
**Centralized Software Management**
For effective software management on the clients' desktops and servers, MSP360 RMM starting from version 1.3 allows applications to be deployed or uninstalled on a group of computers in just a few clicks. To do this, open the **RMM Group Action wizard** on the **Remote Management** page and choose the **Install software** or **Uninstall software** option.To learn more on centralized software management, read our [help article](https://help.mspbackups.com/remote-management/rmm-service/management/group-actions#inst).
Version 1.3 also comes with the scheduled reports feature to simplify monitoring the computers under management. You can configure and schedule automated reports to distribute to specified email addresses. Each report can be exported in CSV format as well. Currently, the following reports are available:
**Software inventory report**
The software inventory report enables you to collect information about all the software installed on the specified computers and get it in a structured way, in either HTML or CSV format.
**Computer inventory report**
The computer inventory report makes it possible to take inventory of the computers of the selected company and represent this information in HTML and CSV formats for further processing. It provides such information as platform type, computer manufacturer, processor and memory information, operating system, language settings, and time zone.
**Software details report**
The software details report contains a detailed list of the software installed on the computers of the selected company.
We're constantly working to make MSP360 easy to work with and, with the new version, we're happy to introduce upgrades to the following RMM sections:
New commands like Connect, Run PowerShell, and Copy Link, along with indicators for computer performance placed in the General section, make version 1.3 more user-friendly, and simplify the monitoring of all the crucial parameters on each device.
Starting from RMM version 1.3, it is now possible to disable the monitoring of a specific computer to prevent getting alerts from it while it is undergoing maintenance.
**Computer info tab**
Computer details can be found under the Computer Info tab and include such information as last logged-in user, serial number, platform type, model, and much more. All these details now can be exported to a CSV file.
Get new alerts about changes in the software and hardware inventory on a monitored computer, as well as about CPU critical temperature.
**CPU Temperature > 80°C (176°F) for 5 Minutes.**
The CPU temperature alert sends an email to specific emails when the CPU temperature becomes critical and remains in this state for 5 minutes.
The software changes alert lets you track all employees' activity on any endpoint and get notifications about any application being installed or removed from a computer.
With the hardware changes alert, you will be notified of any changes that happen in the hardware inventory without the need to constantly monitor that computer for hardware problems.