NetWatcher

NetWatcher

Real Nuke for you to supervise and control computers over Internet in a Windows
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Many companies get to know many employees work with a little effort for real tasks, while they spend a lot of energy on surfing Internet in working time. According to American PMI (Projects Management Institute) 2003 report, 75% companies take measures on network surveillance in order to enhance enterprise work efficiency. NetWatcher is such a kind of desktop supervision software, designed for managers and technical people. For more info, please visit http://www.netguarder.com/en/netwatcher.htm.
NetWatcher Brief Advantages:
* Simultaneously supervise Windows screens at numerous remote computers in a central Windows
* Get remote URL access, program run and keystroke input instantly
* Control and operate numerous remote computers in a central Windows
* Supervise computers in groups with password protection from invalid computer supervision
* Track and log screen capture, URL access, program run and keystroke input history
* Simple log analytical tool and animation playing for a review of all log data
* Forbid Floppy drive, CD/DVD drive and USB devices at remote computers to avoid important data leaking
* Forbid any applications at remote computers
* Disable changing IP address based on permission from NetWatcher Server
* Disable installing software
* Get comprehensive software and hardware information from remote computers, assisting enterprise asset management
* Manage the desktop wallpaper and shortcut of all remote computers in a central point
* Periodically email reports of supervision activities to supervisor
* Restart, shut down, lock and logoff computer remotely in batch
* Prominent security assurance protects NetWatcher Clients from detecting and disabling
* Flexible software upgrading by remotely online installation
* High system performance and huge capability to supervise tremendous computers
* Utilize industrial image compress technology, optimized for low bandwidth
* Compatible with Internet and LAN TCP/IP environment

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