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How It Works

Delegated administrators perform remote administration tasks using an web interface instead of at an interactive desktop via direct console or through RDP. When a user clicks a button to run a PowerShell script, or selects a Windows service to restart or terminates a hung process - the management service executes the task on their behalf using admin credentials. All actions are executed in a safety bubble by non-administrators and are fully audited.

Role Based Access Control

Leverage the power of a granular RBAC model to delegate fine-grained permissions at the computer, user or object level.

Dynamically manage scheduled tasks, services, processes, local users, event logs and much more. All without modifying individual server permissions or registry hacks.

Web Based

On-premise and accessible by most modern web browsers. Save time and money by having users learn one standard user interface.

Employees, vendors and any user who doesn't truly need a Remote Desktop can access a secure portal to provide support and maintenance.

PowerShell Anyone?

Allow non-administrators to safely
run any command-line script or executable, including PowerShell, VBScript, etc...

All output, along with every action, is automatically captured to enable easier audit and compliance reporting while reducing redundant troubleshooting steps between support teams.

Privilege Management
doesn't have to be complex.

  • No agents to deploy.
  • No clients to install.
  • Based on standard technologies.
  • Simple licensing model.
  • Great support.


Managed Nodes

$99 per node
10 node minimum.

  • Unlimited custom tools
  • Includes 1 year of support
  • Discounts start at 50 nodes


$49 per user
5 user minimium.

  • Single web interface
  • Includes 1 year of support
  • Discounts start at 20 users

Product Support

8 am to 5 pm CST, M-F

  • Full support via email
  • Full access to software updates, new features and security fixes
  • Multi-year discounts on extended support

A "node" is a physical or virtual server, workstation, network endpoint or object that will be managed directly or indirectly with System Frontier.

A "user" is any person or user account that accesses System Frontier via the web interface, API or other means.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Windows Server 2008 R2 or newer with .NET Framework 4.0. Microsoft SQL Server 2008 or newer (Express, Standard or Enterprise editions). 1 GHz CPU. 8 GB RAM. 5 GB free hard drive space. The web console utilizes IIS 7.5 or newer, which can be automatically installed for you during setup.
You can install the web, database and management components on a single physical or virtual server. Both Active Directory and workgroup environments are supported.
The software is perpetually licensed per node and per user. You need only provide the number of nodes you wish to manage and the number of users who will access the product to determine licensing.
A "node" is any physical or virtual instance of a server, workstation, network endpoint or object that will be managed directly or indirectly by System Frontier.
A "user" is any person or user account that will access System Frontier via the web interface, API or other means.
Volume discounts are available.
Educational institutions and non-profit organizations recieve a minimum 30% discount.

An optional yearly maintenance agreement entitles you to support and access to new features and software updates on a regular basis after the first year.
Yes. If you use System Frontier to manage a network device directly, or indirectly through some other API like VMware vCenter or Microsoft Hyper-V, it still counts as a license.
Yes! Legacy machines need love too. With System Frontier, you can manage and/or delegate management of Windows servers and workstations from a single web interface.

Server Operating System Support

Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003 R2 SP2, Windows Server 2003 SP2, Windows 2000 Server SP4*

Client Operating System Support

Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista SP2, Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP SP3

Non-Windows Devices

Any network based device that can be accessed remotely via command-line or API can be managed using the Custom Tools feature of System Frontier.
* Many native product features do not work properly in Windows 2000, but the sky is the limit when using the Custom Tools feature.
Yes. Let's say you have a PowerShell script used to create new user accounts in AD and you delegate access to it through System Frontier. If you create (or plan to create) 150 accounts in total, between creating, modifying and deleting in one year, then you would license those 150 "nodes" since the management of them will be done via System Frontier, regardless of the what management API you may use on the backend.

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