in short: anced Network Monitor 2.3 is a tool that monitors servers located on your local network and the Internet. After problems are found on the monitored servers ANM immediately notifies the Administrator easy
Advanced Network Monitor 2.3
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Advanced Network Monitor 2.3 is an advanced, powerful, and feature rich tool that monitors servers located on your local network and the Internet. Advanced Network Monitor will allow the Administrator to increase the reliability and productivity of your corporate servers.
After problems are found on the monitored servers Advanced Network Monitor will first try to correct the problems. If ANM cannot correct the problems it immediately notifies the Administrator about the problem via e-mail, sms or a network messaging service. Using Advanced Network Monitor the Administrator is aware about the state of their servers at any time.
Advanced Network Monitor allows you to monitor the following servers and protocols:
TCP/IP, Ping, HTTP, FTP, UDP, SMTP, POP3, IMAP, Telnet, NNTP, DNS, Socks Proxy, DHCP, PHP, Event Log, Service State, RAS Server, VB/Java Script, Terminal Service, WINS, Performance Counter, Registry check, NetBIOS, SNMP, LDAP, SNTP, Oracle, MSSQL, Interbase, ODBC, BDE, Disk space, File existence and External Application tests.
Advanced Network Monitor can execute the following Alerts if one of the server tests will fail:
Send WinPopup message, Show Message, Play Sound, Speak alert using TTS, Send email, Write to Event Log, Restart Service, Restart computer, Execute VBScript/Jscript, Execute ODBC/BDE SQL Query, Execute external application, Write To Text file.
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Install and UninstallOS:
WinXP, Windows2000, Windows2003, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista UltimateSystem requirements:
EnglishRecent changes in this New Release:
New Servers Map allows to locate the problem