Remotely monitor your employees during office hours. Control and monitor PCs on LAN, know every detail of when, what employees did, view their desktop LIVE. Runs in background, takes snapshots of the desktop, logs everything. Shutdown PCs remotely.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
eTaskScheduler 1.8 eTaskScheduler is an uncomplicated, secure personal information management program that is more convenient for maintaining your work and life. eTaskScheduler is definitely an essential aide to you in managing business and personal information.
Employee Activity LIVE Watcher Client 1.6 Secretly monitors computer, logs everything n takes screenshots every minute. Monitors PC and allows viewing screenshots and logs of what the user has done. Runs in background, takes snapshots of the desktop automatically. Password protected.
Description: Remotely monitor your employees during office hours. Control and monitor PCs on LAN, know every detail of when, what employees did, view their desktop LIVE. Runs in background, takes snapshots of the desktop, logs everything. Shutdown or Log-off PCs remotely when you suspect anything wrong is being done. Send message to the errant employee directly on his remote computer without letting know others. Keep track of what is happening on employeesâ€™ computers. Keep an eye on their systems. Have complete control over employeesâ€™ computer usage. Monitor employeesâ€™ computer activities. Watch LIVE what they are doing on their computers. Control Employee Activity LIVE Watcher Client program from your desktop. Stop the client program, shutdown or log-off the remote computer at one button click.
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