Linux MDM Software
Linux Device Management
Streamline your Linux device management with MDM for Linux laptops, computers, Raspberry PI, and other Linux based devices.
Remotely Access Linux Desktop | Install Apps | Setup Linux Kiosk Mode | Run Shell Commands | App Analytics Report | Remote SSH Terminal and more.
Overview of Linux Device Management
Managing Linux devices is a pressing challenge for many IT organizations. Linux MDM has been the go-to platform for businesses in the recent decade. One of the major reasons why businesses prefer Linux OS to deploy server applications is because of its security and stability.
Linux device management solution simplifies the entire Linux device lifecycle management process from Enrollment to Provisioning, Deployment, Management, and Decommissioning. With the ability to manage devices remotely, Linux MDM helps IT organizations in ensuring consistent security compliance and improving remote troubleshooting of operation issues on Linux devices.
SureMDM is a robust and flexible Linux MDM solution that frees up IT teams to focus on other important tasks.
Deploy and Install applications of multiple Linux devices at once, Track and analyze app status using reports.
Use Linux MDM to deploy and install applications on multiple Linux devices at once, Track and analyze app status using reports.
Linux Kiosk Mode
Turn your Linux device into a dedicated Kiosk by allowing specific applications. Access to the rest of the system and other unallowed apps is completely blocked.
Use Linux MDM solution to install kernel and OS updates remotely. OS patches can be pushed to all Linux devices at once ensuring they all receive the latest security updates with minimal user intervention.
Easy and Fast Content Distribution
Use Linux Device Management (Linux MDM) to remotely distribute documents, files, media, and other content types to a large number of devices, with just a click.
Remote Linux Shell Scripting
You can execute Linux shell commands to perform any operation on a remote Linux computer or device, similar to how you would do if it was right in front of you.
- Add/Remove/Manage users on Linux Software devices
- Assign/Revoke Admin access
- Enable login access rules to allow users to login on specific days and time
Block Website Access
The capability to block unapproved websites is a powerful feature of the Linux device management solution. This feature ensures users are not distracted and the security of corporate data is not compromised.
Compliance Job Support
Creating compliance rules based on different conditions (OS versions, Anti-Virus, Firewall, etc.) and taking actions when there is a compliance failure.
App Analytics Report
This allows the users to fetch details such as application name, application start time, application end time, and duration for all enrolled Linux devices in SureMDM. Admins can also view app analytics reports in the dashboard panel of the SureMDM console.
Remote System Configuration
- Wi-Fi Settings
- Disable Clipboard
- Block USB
- Force Wi-Fi Whitelisting
Remote SSH Terminal
With remote SSH terminal on SureMDM, admins can use the command lines to send commands and run scripts on remote Linux machines.
Remote Linux Desktop Tool
Linux MDM is one of the best tools to access remote Linux desktop which can be used to troubleshoot issues remotely. You can remotely view the Linux desktop screen from your browser from a Windows computer, from another Linux machine, or even from a mobile device such as Android or iPhone. You can interact with the remote Linux device using your computer mouse and keyboard. This feature is especially useful for fixing configuration issues on headless devices with no external display or input devices.
Linux Distributions Supported by MDM
SureMDM Linux Device Management supports all major Linux distributions including CentOS, SUSE, Linux Mint, Ubuntu, Fedora, and Redhat. Theoretically, SureMDM can manage almost any Linux device. Contact 42Gears customer success team with your device details and we will help you get started.
Supported Linux Mint Versions
Supported Ubuntu Versions
Version 16.04 LTS
version 18.04 LTS
version 20.04 LTS
Linux Device Management FAQ
What is Linux Device Management Software?
How to set up Linux MDM?
- Find out your device management requirements and accordingly choose a Linux MDM solution that best meets your needs.
- Install the Linux MDM software on either on-premise or on the cloud infrastructure. For ease of use and to reduce set up time, the cloud-based deployment option is recommended.
- Install any MDM agent application on the Linux-based devices that you want to manage. This agent will execute commands coming from the server, and will also be responsible for sending crucial device information back to the server.
- Evaluate the Linux MDM solution to ensure its functionality works as per your requirements.
- Continue monitoring the Linux-based devices and make modifications to the policies and actions as needed to ensure optimal performance and security.
- Ensure that the Linux MDM solution is up to date at all times to avoid falling prey to exposure due to any security vulnerabilities.