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Step-by-step guides to help you use SysKit and all of its features.

[Video] Webinar – User activity monitoring with SysKit

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Since User Activity Monitoring is SysKit’s most popular feature, we have decided to prepare you this webinar. Learn which SysKit reports you should be using to detect idle users, track remote connections, and create automated payroll reports. Audit applications started by users and quantify the load they are producing on your system.

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How to automate your server environment with PowerShell management

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Last week, Silvio and Frane held a webinar on the subject of PowerShell usage in server management, and in this blog post we bring you a recap of all the things you can do with a new SysKit feature—PowerShell Administration. Administer your entire environment remotely and automate system administration tasks by executing PowerShell scripts on multiple servers.

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Monitor Terminal Server User Activity with SysKit

How can you monitor Terminal Server user activity? We suggest using SysKit. This powerful monitoring and reporting tool helps you can efficiently monitor terminal server user activity. This blog post explaines how you can use SysKit to retrieve the most important information on user activities and user sessions.

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How to manage the size and growth of your SysKit database?

If your SysKit database is hosted on a local SQL Server Express instance, you are certainly aware of the limited space you have, and if you encounter a problem, you might wonder how to fix this inconvenience. This blog post will guide you through using SQL Server Management Studio and SysKit to acquire certain information and reports to help you recalculate your database size.

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