What were the June 2000 BestSeller Tools?
Two of 'em. First was Sunbelt Domain Reporter (SDR). One of the
Fortune 50 companies licensed it for $450,000 to make sure that
their internal Security Policies were adhered to and implemented.
They had well developed policies, but no means to actually check
their domains and pass the external security audits.
Domain reporting software and domain management software are two
types of products that need to reside in every network admin's tool
kit. Domain reporting software can quickly expose certain anomalies
within your organization's structure, such as non-uniform auditing,
idle user accounts, and unintended user and group access to certain
areas of a network.
Yet when it's time to fix such issues, you need a fast, powerful,
but centralized management tool that can quickly repair the problem
areas you've identified. That's why we think you should look into
the SDR & UltraAdmin combination. You can use SDR for a variety of
things: Nt Security Assessment / Windows 2000 Assessment / Server
Consolidation Assessment / Domain Consolidation Assessment.
Let SDR become your eyes and ears collecting all types of important
information about your domains. Then, when a problem surfaces, use
UltraAdmin as your Swiss army knife to repair the issue in a prompt
fashion. By working in conjunction with these two easy-to-use
utilities, you can bolster the health and security of your network
AND reduce your workload. Try them today and download 30-day evals:
And what was the Second Best Seller??
Mail Essentials is being plugged in at a high rate, to make sure
that MS-Exchange environments are free from the latest spree of
viruses attached to email. Ask yourself these questions:
Mail Essentials is a simple, easy to implement and manage tool that
does all the above, and it's waay cheaper than many of the other tools
- Can I check email for spam, viruses and offensive or confidential
content, and block specific file attachments like .vbs or .shs?
- Can I add a company-wide disclaimer to your outgoing Internet email?
- Can I automatically archive all in-and outbound e-mail and compress
attachments to save on bandwidth?
- Can I project a professional company image by replying to customers
email with a personalized reply and tracking number?
Can your Cluster withstand a site-wide disaster?
Microsoft Cluster Server improves mission critical data availability.
Yet it's still vulnerable to hardware failure! To get rid of this
last vulnerability, you can add NSI's GeoCluster software to MSCS
and rest easy. It provides continuous, real-time replication. Byte
level, distant location. Cluster-aware data and application failover.
Compaq, Dell, DG/EMC, HP, IBM & Microsoft recommend Double-Take and
GeoCluster. Read about this concept and find out if your clusters
are good candidates. Mouse over and check out the product specs at:
Print Manager Plus for Windows 2000 Released
Software Shelf announced the release of Print Manager Plus V2.7 for
Windows 2000 and NT. Its purpose is to let you control costs of user
printing and reduce your network administration time.
The newest version runs on any Windows 2000 or NT Print Server as a
service. One license covers all shared printers where the service
is running, and all nodes and users on the network. It allows control
of all printers from one administrative console or workstation. PMP
supports all printers of all types. No client installations or
licenses are required. This tool is a major hidden cost saver.
PMP features include not only tracking how many pages users print
but also setting quotas on pages printed per user or group per printer.
You can run the free remote administrative program from any remote NT
or Windows 2000 box, making it available for Help Desk staff, Library
Desk staff, or anyone responsible for the network or printing services.
Software Shelf customers include Microsoft, American Bar Association,
CNN, Yale University, State University of New York, Kennedy Space
Center, Hewlett-Packard, and thousands of corporations, government
agencies, and institutions of higher learning around the world.
Event Log Monitoring for the Enterprise
Event Log Monitor(tm) lets you get more done during the day, and sleep
better at night. ELM proactively manages your Windows NT/2000 systems
and TCP/IP devices through monitoring of events, performance counters,
system configuration data, and service polling. ELM keeps tabs on
services and processes, and generates alerts as problems develop. As an
added benefit, ELM stores collected events and performance data in SQL.
You cannot find a more valuable tool. Download a 30-day eval & see for