Active Network Monitor is a tool for the day-to-day monitoring of computers in the network. Active Network Monitor runs under Windows NT/2000/XP and allows Systems Administrators to gather information from all the computers in the network.
CDLock 1.4 CDLock lets you set up rules for the local computer, defining when any removable disks which support auto-eject feature can be used and by whom. CDLock even allows controlling access to the Audio CDs.
Remote Task Manager 3.8.2 RTM enables a Systems Administrator to control most aspects of a remote environment. The simple-to-use, tabbed interface separates applications, services, devices, processes, events and performance monitor, making each of these very easy to control.
Description: Active Network Monitor is a tool for the day-to-day monitoring of computers in the network. Active Network Monitor runs under Windows NT/2000/XP and allows Systems Administrators to gather information from all the computers (even from the Windows 9x/Me computers) in the network without installing server-side applications on these computers. Active Network Monitor provides the powerful technology of storing and comparing received data. Administrators can make "snapshots" of the systems for future comparison and notation of changes. Active Network Monitor has a flexible plug-in based architecture that allows you to plug in necessary modules on demand. Each module (plug-in) performs a task and displays retrieved information in its own window. Active Network Monitor ships with a predefined, constantly growing list of plug-ins, including plug-ins for monitoring services, devices, installed applications, disks, shared resources, hardware resources (IRQs, I/O, DMA and Memory), users, local groups, global groups and so on.
Change Info: - Added new plug-in - Performance Information. It retrieves information about the operating system resources (memory, CPU usage, etc.).
- The Security Patch Analyzer plug-in now reports about the default permissions provide the Everyone group with Full access on the system root folder. The Windows 2000 default permissions could enable an attacker to mount a Trojan horse attack against other users of the same system.
ASN Active Directory Network Monitor 220.127.116.11 This tool helps the Administrators to manage the computers in different Domains. Services,Processes,Devices,Shares,Sessions,User rights,drives,environment variables and more
ENT Server (Desktop Edition) 1.4.21 Find and track hardware and software over LAN or WAN networks, be informed when changes occur on the IT Assets that you manage, streamline helpdesk operations, proactively resolve