Yes. (MS Windows Version Only)
The MS Windows installer for Omnilert Desktop Alert (ODA) is a common .msi format installer which will work with a package management systems, such as Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). Other enterprise software management systems should be able to deploy ODA, too.
The one key element is related to how you will call the MSI program (msiexec).
You will need to force the installer to insert a "client name" for each PC running the MSI. This will become that PC's name inside of your Omnilert system's Desktop Alert device list.
We do this by adding
CLIENTNAME=%COMPUTERNAME% to the switches for the msiexec program.
Here's a command-line example:
msiexec /i \\YourServer\YourFolder\OmnilertDesktopAlert.1.0.0-XXX.msi /qb CLIENTNAME=%COMPUTERNAME%
The above script would even work as a Windows .bat (batch file script), if you wanted to just run a script to install.
Note: You'd obviously need to change the file name and file path to match your ODA installer's file name and location for the script to function in your environment.
What's the %COMPUTERNAME% for?
%COMPUTERNAME% is the Window system variable for the current computer's host name. Of course, you could replace it with another system variable or any other text you'd like and that would become the name assigned in ODA.
Of course, you could replace it with another system variable or any other text you'd like and that would become the name assigned in ODA.