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.Read more
When discussing Terminal Server logging, we are interested in monitoring user sessions connecting from a workstation. SysKit analyzes Terminal Server log data and users in real time and as well as it keeps history records, which you can use to check who was logged on, where and for how long. Now let’s go over some of the most common use cases for Terminal Server Logging on workstations that our clients are using.Read more
SysKit can help you detect security breaches by updating you with the important data on what’s going on in your environment – who is accessing which files and when, and which users have deleted, written or appended data to existing or new files. Check out how SysKit can help you detect security breaches and omissions in your safeguards to keep your server environment in order.Read more
Auditing employee has never been easier! With the multiple features SysKit has to offer, you can track and audit employee activity on sessions running on ICA and Remote Desktop Protocol. This means that with SysKit, you can see which employees connected to a certain server and when. Each logon and logoff is recorded, so that you can later analyze sessions from various angles.Read more
Automated server alerts are essential for tackling new problems in a timely manner. Once alerts start appearing, you need to be able to tell them apart and react according to their priority. SysKit provides you with real-time intelligent alerting, thus allowing you to solve the aforementioned problems.Read more
We bring you the recording and transcription of our recent webinar, “Upgrade to SysKit.” In this video we discuss how to upgrade from our previous products to SysKit. You can also learn more about SysKit – what it does and how we came upon the idea to create SysKit in the first place.Read more
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.Read more
If you’re interested in tracking the activity for every remote desktop user that connected to the RDS farm sorted by daily user reports, The Remote Desktop Services user session log summary report could be just the thing you need. Read the article and discover how to use this custom report to track when a certain user connected to the remote desktop servers, their first log-on and last-log off time for the remote users, total time spent connected in a session, and time spent in active and idle session state.Read more
This article covers the use case for the the Screen Resolutions by Client Name custom report and explains useful features of this specific report. This particular report is useful considering the client in question is a university with 8,000 users on three servers. Multiple students are using the same thin client so we were interested in the report that tracks which thin client is using which resolution – the resolution of each client machine connecting to the server.Read more
Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way to find out what has gone wrong with the servers and why, whether it’s CPU usage, memory usage, a program behaving badly, or something else? It would definitely be nice to know all these things and more. That’s why SysKit exists.
SysKit 2016 brings real-time alerts, intelligent alerting, and monitoring functionality to enable you to instantly report on server performance. It also comes with the Web UI, which allows you to access all reports and monitor your server environment from wherever you are.
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