Remote Administration Tool

My Ping App is an easy-to-use Professional Multi-Computer Remote Administration Tool. It simplifies and improves IT administration tasks and minimizes problem resolution time for IT professionals of any level. This application is easy to install without additional configurations or maintenance of agents/clients on remote computers. This simple ping application provides powerful tools to help IT Professionals to manage IT infrastructure in more efficient and reliable ways.

Ping Multiple Computers

  • Ping one or hundreds of computers
  • Manage lists of computers for continuous analysis
  • Ping Computers right from active directory OU
  • Ping Multiple computers from IP range
  • Quickly find DNS issues
  • Operating System and OU membership when pinging
  • Choose from over 800 AD attributes
  • Quick Reporting for information comprising
  • RDP to selected computer
  • Open Computer Manager for remote computer
  • Move Multiple computers to another OU 
  • Disable / Enable / Delete Multiple computers from AD
How to find stale computer accounts in AD

Video Link: https://youtu.be/FaSkwQP7YYA 

With My Ping App, it is very easy to find and review stale computer objects in your AD.
Follow few simple steps:
1. Select and ping computers from your tree or from Active Directory tab.
2. On the Ping view, in the upper - right corner find |Select AD attributes|
3. Find and select lastLogonTimestamp attribute. You can also select whenCreated attribute to determine when computer joined the domain
4. The view will refresh and all computer objects will have the information in the new column.
Note: If the computer information, such as Operating System or OU is missing that means that the computer object does not exist in AD
5. Export your information to Excel for further analysis by clicking on "To Excel" button which can be located right near "Filter computers" text box

My Ping App is trusted, secure and developed with high coding standards.

Installation file and executables are signed with COMODO code signing certificate trusted by Microsoft operating systems.

Administer multiple computers

  • Unlimited possibilities with running remote scripts
  • Run single command on remote computers
  • Run batch file on multiple computers
  • Copy files or folders to multiple computers
  • Install and uninstall applications on remote computers
  • Multi computer check is a quick way to perform light analysis on computers after a reboot or patching
  • Find Microsoft updates, Stopped Automatic Services
  • Pending reboot and System Drive free space
  • Recent installations or reconfigurations
How to copy multiple file to multiple computers

With My Ping App copying, multiple files to multiple remote computers is an easy task.
Whether you need files to update existing in the destination or pre-copy for installation of an application, one task will cover this


1. Ping computers from your list or AD or IP range
2. Select computers with SHIFT or CTRL
3. Click Remote Script button in the main ribbon
4. Click on Select files button. Note: you can select multiple files in the same folder. Also, use right-click on the file path to remove it.
5. Click on Select path button to select a destination folder.
You can specify the path manually by typing "\\Computer\C$\Temp" as an example. Please don't change the "\\Computer\" part.
The GUI folder select opens for a local computer; this is done for ease of choosing a folder. However, you can always edit or specify a different path, such as "\\Computer\D$\MyTablets".
6. When ready click Start button

Remember that copying files and running remote script tasks designed to work together. If you just want to copy files, please make sure that script path and script box empty

How to execute batch file on multiple remote computers

The main idea behind My Ping App is to give a user ability to easily work with multiple remote computers.

If you are not planning to copy any files to remote computers, make sure that there is nothing specified in the "Copy Files" area.

1. Ping computers from your list or AD or IP range
2. Select computers with SHIFT or CTRL
3. Click Remote Script button in the main ribbon
4. Start working in the Script area; choose which type of scripts you are planning on executing. CMD or PowerShell.
5. Open your batch CMD or PS1 file by clicking on Load Script button.
You can also place your script in the box below. However, if you select a file AND put your script in the box below, execution of the file will take priority and the script specified in the script box below will not be executed.
6. Click START button begin
7. In the execution area, you will find Status, Process ID, Process Status and Exit Code. You can also use cancel button if you want to abort execution.
8. When a task is completed, you can review the Output of the script by clicking on status.

How to install MSI on remote computers

With My Ping App installing MSI or EXE application on multiple computers is an easy task.

1. Ping computers from your list or AD or IP range
2. Select computers with SHIFT or CTRL
3. Click Remote Script button in the main ribbon

Pre-Copy installation files

4. Click on Select files button. Note: you can select multiple files in the same folder. Also, use right-click on the file path to remove it.
5. Click on Select path button to select a destination folder.
You can specify the path manually by typing "\\Computer\C$\Temp" as an example. Please don't change the "\\Computer\" part.

Specify deployment command

6. Add a deployment script to a script box.

for example:

SET var=%PROCESSOR_ARCHITECTURE%
IF "%var%"=="x86" (c:\temp\windowsupdateagent-7.6-x86.exe /quiet /norestart) ELSE (c:\temp\windowsupdateagent-7.6-x64.exe /quiet /norestart)

7. Click START button begin
8. In the execution area, you will find Status, Process ID, Process Status and Exit Code. You can also use cancel button if you want to abort execution.
8. When a task is completed, you can review the Output of the script by clicking on status.

Support your users without interrupting them

Control and manage workstations via background management tasks

No Clients, agents or services to deploy

Uncomplicated and very simple to use

Behind-the-scenes systems management on remote computer

  • Find Operating System installation date and load time
  • Last reboot time and Pending reboot
  • Make, model, serial number, motherboard, bios, CPU, etc.
  • Operating System make, version, edition.
  • Active Directory Site and Logon Domain Controller
  • Logged-in Users and Login History
  • Logg off or disconnect users remotely
  • Offer Remote Assistance
  • Open C drive on remote computer and explore Admin shares
  • Run GPUPDATE remotely
  • Generate group policy results for remote computer and user
  • Remote Desktop, Manage remote computer
  • Open Remote CMD
  • Open Remote PowerShell
  • View and manage running processes
  • View installed programs and applications.
  • Uninstall applications remotely
  • View installed Microsoft Updates
  • View Startup applications and scheduled tasks
  • Find History of changes on the remote computer
  • What recently was installed and configured

PSExec can also be used with My Ping App. Just download PSExec separately, accept the EULA and place it into installation folder of My Ping App.

Support, Troubleshoot, Manage

  • Find vast amount of information about remote computers and compare the results with WMI explorer
  • Reboot multiple computers
  • Monitor status of the reboot
  • Start or Stop services
  • Set service to Automatic or disabled
  • Kill Process
  • Clean Active Directory
How to find serial number on remote computers
  1. Select Computer(s) in the tree and click on PING Computer(s)
  2. When Ping is done select multiple computers and click on WMI Explorer
  3. On top left corner in the dropdown menu select Win32_SystemEnclosure Class
  4. Select SerialNumber in properties pane and click Start
How to find RAM configuration on remote computers
  1. Select Computer(s) in the tree and click on PING Computer(s)
  2. When Ping is done select multiple computers and click on WMI Explorer
  3. On top left corner in the dropdown menu select Win32_PhysicalMemory Class
  4. Select Everything in properties pane
  5. Click Start
Manage Windows service on remote computers

It is one of the common admin tasks to stop and disable (or set it to automatic and start) a service. My Ping App makes it very easy to perform on multiple computers.

  1. Ping Computers that you want to start manage
  2. Click on Kill Process / Manage Service button
  3. Review computers in the list at the top of the window. Note: You can remove computer from by Right-Clicking on computer and choose Remove from list
  4. Enter Service Name and select Service Action. Please specify Service Name and not Service Display Name.
  5. Specify timeout in seconds. (default 60 seconds)
  6. Click Run Task
  7. Review Status of task in the list at the bottom of the window