How do you do....it? Thread, Logging PC use in Technical; Morning all,
I am looking for a PAID solution which will clearly show me how often a collection of Windows ...
27th January 2014, 11:14 AM #1
Logging PC use
I am looking for a PAID solution which will clearly show me how often a collection of Windows computers are used over a course of time. Either number of minutes signed in or logons over a day or a week is required and it must have a clean reporting system.
-Impero is out as I don't want to pay for the rest of the solution
-Very hesitant to use a script. I know a lot of you do this but I want a 100% guaranteed solution with minimal buggering about which presents the data in a clear format (no please "run this script then export it here" reply's).
-Have found a few but they are always part of a larger system which they want a fortune for.
Can anyone recommend something or is it just not to be.
27th January 2014, 11:20 AM #2
The best software i have seen for this is userlock. We have had it for years.. infact must be about 10-12 years we have been running with userlock and not once has it let us down. I highly recommend it.
UserLock® Access security and concurrent login control for networks
Download the trial. You can set the server up on a workstation. The only problem is you need to install the agent on all machines but the software can do this automatically. Very easy to use, configure and reporting is clear.
Last edited by timbo343; 27th January 2014 at 11:24 AM.
27th January 2014, 03:23 PM #3
- Rep Power
I dont believe i'm supposed to say this as it could appear as advertising, not sure, please accept my apologies Dosbox and correct me if im wrong then delete this post :-)
Rob, you are welcome to simply have the logging aspects of Impero if thats all you need, the computer usage is actually under the power management feature.
27th January 2014, 03:25 PM #4
oO... I will be in touch.
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