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ScriptLogic Corporation
Private - Owned by Quest Software
Industry Computer Software
Founded 1997
Headquarters Boca Ratón, Florida, United States
Products See Products

ScriptLogic Corporation was a software manufacturer of network administration products for Microsoft Windows-based networks. ScriptLogic's suite of desktop, server, and Active Directory management products allowed network administrators to remotely manage network-connected desktop PCs and servers to assure uniformity of network configuration and security measures. In 2005, ScriptLogic claimed a customer installed base of 15,700 and its 400 resellers.[1]

History and acquisitions[edit]

ScriptLogic, founded in 1997, initially made a user desktop configuration management tool for network administrators. This basic login script replacement tool has grown into a complex desktop configuration management solution called Desktop Authority. Additional desktop management and Windows server products had been added to the portfolio including disk imaging, application packaging, security management, and regulatory compliance solutions.

ScriptLogic had offices in the US, UK and Australia, with customers and distributors worldwide.

January 6, 2004 ScriptLogic acquired Small Wonders Software, a privately held developer of software that focuses on the administration of Microsoft Windows Server and Active Directory(TM) in the enterprise.[2]

December 1, 2005 ScriptLogic acquires MaSai Solutions, a privately held developer of application packaging software solutions, based in New Zealand, for an undisclosed amount.[3]

June 21, 2007 Quest Software acquired ScriptLogic Corporation, keeping Scriptlogic as a wholly owned subsidiary allowing Scriptlogic to continue to develop and support its product line.[4]

November 12, 2007 ScriptLogic purchased the assets of Mattus Inc. (d/b/a Kemma Software), a help desk software development company located near Pittsburgh, PA. This acquisition added a help desk software solution for the SMB market to ScriptLogic's product line.[5]

September 28, 2012 Dell acquires Quest Software, and subsequently ScriptLogic.[6]


Desktop management[edit]

  • Desktop Authority
  • MSI Studio
  • Password Self-Service
  • Patch Authority Ultimate
  • Privilege Authority

Network management[edit]

Help desk management[edit]

  • Help Desk Authority
  • Remote Support Center

Server management[edit]

  • Archive Manager
  • Enterprise Security Reporter
  • File System Auditor
  • Quest Lightspeed for SQL Server
  • Quest Message Stats
  • Patch Authority Ultimate
  • Secure Copy
  • Security Explorer for File Servers
  • Security Explorer for SharePoint
  • Security Explorer for SQL
  • Security Explorer for Exchange


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