Need a cheap tool to do network monitoring… Check out IPSentry..
Fast, Cheap, and once you have it dialed in it works pretty well…
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IPSentry is the monitoring software you have been looking for. For over 10 years, we have provided centralized, Windows based, network monitoring software to thousands of IT specialists, administrators, support staff, and solution providers around the world.
With IPSentry, you will have constant monitoring of your network infrastructure and be able to receive notifications and alerts should there be a problem detected based on your own specific thresholds. Your down-time will be minimized by making sure that if a problem is detected, you are made aware of the issue for immediate correction thereby reducing your costs due to inevitable network problems.
When you purchase IPSentry, you are investing in a powerful network administration tool which will continuously monitor your internet and intranet servers, routers, modems, databases, services, event logs, performance data and more, 24 hours per day; insuring that your network and devices are functioning properly. If a problem is detected, various alerts and notifications can be triggered to make sure you are aware of the problem as soon as possible.
Whether you are monitoring one server or five hundred, performing complex network tests or simple simple ping requests, IPSentry is designed to provide a simple interface with the power and complexities sitting behind the scenes allowing you to concentrate on what you do best – keep your networks up and running and all of your users and customers satisfied.”
Shadow Protect IT Edition is a product that I love to use… especially for P2V (Physical to Virtual) conversions..
Benefit that I found are:
It allows you to create an image of a server, PC, notebook, etc and then push it to anything you want..
PC to Notebook, server to VM, VM to server, PC to VM, etc..
I keep every image file that I make… this comes in handy after a P2V as sometimes the applications owner wants to see there system prior to the P2V.
I simply get a piece of hardware, push the image, and let them have it..
Also, I can mount the image file and give them access as a file share..
Check them out..