Server Checker 2 when run regularly is a powerful tool to aid IT administrators in the day-to-day administration of servers, creating a comprehensive on screen and printable report on the state of servers throughout any organisation, alerting administrators of any problems or issues without having to visit each server individually.
Proved to reduce daily administration of servers and workstations by over 50%
Improved server availability and when actioned reliability
Simple management of outsourced servers
Audit information to improve service
Improved server reliability
Save and load numerous configurations
Web site monitor
Works in VPN environment
Save and print reports on mission critical servers
Full Version runs from the command line so can be scheduled to run automatically or in conjunction with other software
Full support team available at no extra cost or premium rate lines
"Checking servers daily used to be a very time consuming job for our support team, since the introduction of Server Checker we find that faults are fixed quicker and less time is needed to keep our mission critical servers fully functional, well done Accusoftware."
Mark Aston - IT Director Hold-on Advertising, Rochester, Kent UK
"Outstanding, works extremely well"
Simon Brown - Computer Scientist
"Very powerful, we have found this product has saved us countless hours in administration time and would reccomend this software to any company in a heart beat" Vaughn Stilgar - Head Of IT
It is a ready built tried and tested system in use in companies all over the world
Guaranteed to save valuable IT administrators admin time.
It is constantly being developed & maintained – so clients will benefit from continuous improvement and evolution of the product
Allows administrators to check any number of servers and workstations throughout the organisation directly from the desktop
No client software needed on ANY machines
NEW Wizard configuration
Server Checker capabilities:
Checks Windows event logs and records the contents of all questionable entries.
Checks available disk space.
Checks backups for Veritas’ Backup Exec and Computer Associates’ ArcServe.
Checks node allocations of clusterable applications.