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Entrigue EASES's profile management with VMware and Citrix

Entrigue Systems, a leader in managing, configuring, and provisioning user profile settings on Windows desktops, today launched the Entrigue Authorized Solution Ecosystem (EASE). Entrigue management says the goal of the program is to add key integrators and resellers to help facilitate current sales and spur the continued growth of the company's popular Script Start product line.

Script Start serves as comprehensive user profile solution for Windows (including Citrix and VMware clients) and as a complete logon script replacement solution. The solution is available as Script Start Professional and in an Open Source version and can be readily downloaded at

"We are pleased to launch the EASE partner program for our innovative user profile solutions that support Windows desktop management from virtually any server OS," said Kimberly Overcash, channel manager for Entrigue Systems. "The nature of our solutions makes them a great fit for integrators and IT management companies that provide outsourced IT services as well as resellers that specialize in IT management."

The "EASE" acronym may be very fitting for the program as Entrigue officials say that the program offers partners a direct line of communication, sales support, and a straight-forward approach to sales margins and other benefits. Discount margins range from a healthy 20 for entry level resellers to 50 percent for value added distributors. Entrigue will be offering geographic market protection opportunities.

"Extending our partner program was a logical move for us. Integrators and other companies that provide contracted IT services have long been at the core of our users and providing them with additional benefits will be a win-win for our partners and Entrigue," said Jason E. Smith, VP of Business Development for Entrigue Systems. "We also look forward to signing several targeted international distributors starting with the market demand we are seeing in western and eastern Europe."

Script Start enables administrators to manage, configure, and provision settings on Windows desktops, including Citrix XenDesktop and VMware VDI virtual machines. The solution enables administrators to effortlessly map drives, install printers, configure Outlook and MAPI profiles, modify environment variables, adjust Internet proxy settings, configure RDP connections, publish applications via RDP, automatically customize client machines, and more. Virtually all popular server environments are supported including Windows, Linux, Red Hat Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise, Mac, and Solaris.

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