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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. It 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.
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DeviceLock gives network administrators control over which users can access what devices (floppies, Magneto-Optical disks, CD-ROMs, USB, FireWire, infrared, serial and parallel ports, WiFi and Bluetooth adapters, etc.) on a local computer. Once DeviceLock is installed, administrators can control access to floppies, CD-ROMs, USB or any other device, depending on the time of day and day of the week. DeviceLock enhances access control for Windows System Administrators and helps control removable disk usage. It can protect network and local computers against viruses, trojans and other malicious programs often injected from removable disks. Network administrators can also use DeviceLock to flush a storage device's buffers. Remote control is also available.
- PC World Editor's Pick
Remote Task Manager (RTM) is a systems control interface that can be run from any remote Windows NT/2000/XP and Windows Server 2003 computer. This enables a Systems Administrator to control most aspects of a remote environment. (Free download available)
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NETObserve 2.0 is a powerful, discrete remote web based surveillance and administration suite. It includes the ability to monitor Internet chat conversations, websites visited, windows, applications ran, clipboard activity, printed documents, and more. It can also take screen shot shots at set intervals, as well as take pictures from external video devices such as a web cam. All logs are viewable securely from a remote location through a web browser. All logs can also be exported into four different formats, such as HTML, Excel spreadsheets, plain text, or CSV. Remote web based administration features include: file browsing/sharing, favorite place management, file searching, basic Windows configuration, viewing active Internet connections and open ports with the option to perform an instant WhoIs Lookup on any remote host, view IE image cache, take screen shots/web cam pictures, and more – all available from the convenience of your web browser.
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iSpyNOW is the critically acclaimed, award winning remotely deployable computer monitoring application. iSpyNOW is first of its kind - offering users the ability to remotely monitor a machine via a web interface without ever having physical access to that PC. iSpyNOW 3.0 now sets a standard in the remote monitoring and surveillance market. No matter if the remote PC is online or offline, running a firewall our router configuration iSpyNOW 3.0 will record information secretly in complete stealth mode undetectable to any user!
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EffeTech HTTP Sniffer is a HTTP packet sniffer, protocol analyzer and file reassembly software based on windows platform. Unlike most other sniffers, it is dedicated to capture IP packets containing HTTP protocol, rebuild the HTTP sessions, and reassemble files sent through HTTP protocol. Its smart real-time analyzer enables on-the-fly content viewing while capture, analyze, parse and decode HTTP protocol.
- SoftwareSeeker Editor's Pick
EtherDetect Packet Sniffer is an easy for use and award-winning packet sniffer and network protocol analyzer, which provides a connection-oriented view for analyzing packets more effectively. With the handy tool, all you need to do is to set up the filter, start capturing, and view connections, packets as well as data on the fly.
EtherDetect Packet Sniffer is a helpful tool for company manager, web page designers, concerned parents, LAN administrators, security professionals, C++/Java/ASP/JSP/PHP/SOAP programmers, or anyone who are interested in network traffic going through his PC or the whole LAN.
IPSwitcher Basic is a product for for mobile user, who have to use the computer in more than one network, multiple types of Internet connections. Also if you have several different types of connection at home (like DSL, Private Internet connection, Home network etc.). Now you don't need to change your TCP/IP related settings every time when you are connected to the different Network. All you need is just to configure once any of your possible locations (e.g. IP addresses, Subnet masks, Gateways, DNS and WINS addresses) throughout the user-friendly interface and that's it! From this moment you only have to click the icon in the system tray, select your desired configuration by the name - and IPSwitcher Basic will do for you the rest of changes in a moment! And one more useful thing - these changes will be made without reboot! Screenshot Screenshot
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