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    Network monitoring software

    Hi,


    We are looking for a good network monitoring software where we can:

    1. see all the computers,
    2. see their task managers,
    3. send message to the specified computer,
    4. block computers in our network and
    5. do everything above in our other branches?

    Thanks

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    Check out products from GFI and N-Able.
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    Agreed with YoSc. You will enjoy.

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    I am a boss who runs a small company with not many employees, I use <spam link removed> to remotely control and monitor what they have done during work time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hensonL View Post
    I am a boss who runs a small company with not many employees, I use employee monitoring software to remotely control and monitor what they have done during work time.
    "Network monitoring" is completely different than "Employee monitoring". For monitoring employees and computer usage...basically "big brother watching" software...one would use a product such as some of the products by SpectorSoft. Completely different topic however.
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    <spam link removed DUMB NAME Spy Monitor> can be a good choice. it is able to satisfy what you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fukua View Post
    <spam link removed DUMB NAME Spy Monitor> can be a good choice. it is able to satisfy what you need.
    Actually...once again, spammers that clearly are not understanding what they are reading. The OP (original post) specifies "network monitoring" software, NOT "employee monitoring". RMM software is totally different than "big brother watching if the employees are goofing off of facebook all day" software.
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    Quote Originally Posted by engr_abit View Post
    Hi,


    We are looking for a good network monitoring software where we can:

    1. see all the computers activity,
    2. see their task managers,
    3. send message to the specified computer,
    4. block computers in our network and
    5. do everything above in our other branches?

    Thanks

    We currently use Manage Engine opmanager to monitor status and provide snmp polling of all our network devices. We also have plixer scrutinizer collecting netflow from firewalls and routers.
    Last edited by nerylerhome; 10-04-13 at 10:58 AM.

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