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SysKit Monitor: A Powerful Terminal Services Monitoring Tool
User Reports based on RDP connection logs give server administrators valuable information about employee activities when they are connected to Terminal Services.
Monitor numerous server performance counters and receive alerts in real-time. Perform in-depth analysis to spot bottlenecks and provide optimal performance to end users.
Use these reports to determine the most frequently used applications. Monitor the total time users spend using a particular application and generate reports.
Monitor installed applications and used licenses. Track hardware inventory and configurations across all remote desktop servers.
Create custom reports to preview the most important data for Terminal Services. RDP log dashboards show you real-time updates. Use the web UI to stay informed anywhere.
Use our agentless data collection technology to gather information about terminal server and Terminal Services infrastructures in a central database.
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Overcome employee idleness with user activity monitoring.
Keep your server inventory organized with inventory snapshots.
Never find yourself over- or under-licensed with license usage reports.
Receive real-time alerts and troubleshoot important issues faster.
“With SysKit Monitor I can really see when particular resources were being maxed out for a period of time. This tool is very valuable to me.”
“This should be a part of Citrix. I wouldn’t consider not using it when running a Citrix platform. SysKit Monitor is a must-have product.”
“SysKit Monitor allowed me to keep an active eye on what is happening on my Terminal Servers – who is logged on and from where, which applications they are running and much, much more.”
“SysKit Monitor is a very valuable extension for Remote Desktop Servers. Full reporting facilities and quick tasks are vital functions for managing Microsoft RDS environments.”
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