AGENTLESS MONITORING VIA WEB APP
The Terminal Services Log web application now provides the same options, reports and experience as the desktop console: tracking users’ activities, creating application, inventory, license or audit reports, monitoring servers’ performance and creating custom reports. It is completely redesigned, the navigation is fast and easy to use and comes with the option to show or hide elements to create a view that suits user’s needs and screen size. There is also a new configuration tab which allows easier server management, configuration of system jobs and performance counters, tracking of users and groups and setting up email notifications. The web application is a great solution for everyone who is often travelling or working from different locations.
Terminal Services Log desktop console also provides improved reporting capabilities for monitoring how Remote Desktop or Citrix XenApp Servers are being used. Creating User, Application, Server performance reports, and tracking Inventory or Network Traffic can now be even more efficient and easier. It is possible to try this application, free trial provides all features for 30 days.
“With the latest Terminal Services Log release we have enabled aggregating data from multiple clients in the central data store. Multi-tenancy allows us to monitor our client servers even if they are sitting in their physical location so we can easily create billing reports for them and compare different client environments.” said
Simplified monitoring of large farms is available with multi-tenancy architecture and this feature comes with the Enterprise Edition. All Editions now provide agentless data collection - a single instance of the application needs to be deployed to a single server and servers that need to be monitored can easily be added or removed.
Terminal Services Log 5 is licensed per server and brings a new simplified and more affordable licensing model. Pricing starts from
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