Windows NT, XP, Vista, 2000, 2003, 2008, 7, 8, 10 or 2012 Server.
IDEAL Alerter manages the monitoring of defined events and applies a set of associated actions on network servers and client workstations.
Using IDEAL Alerter, you can easily and remotely monitor the execution and stop of processes, monitor service status changes, monitor registry database writings, monitor event logs, monitor changes on files and directories, monitor user session events, manage disk space, detect installation or uninstallation of programs ... on all the servers and client workstations in your network...
For each event to monitor, you can define some actions to automatically execute, like running a command or script, killing a specific process, uninstalling a program, turning off a computer or locking a session, starting or stopping a service, sending an email ...
IDEAL Alerter is a complete and light solution to manage alerts on your Windows network. Its intuitive interface makes IDEAL Alerter a very easy-to-use tool.
Our licensing is per administrator using the product, no matter how many servers and stations you have to manage! This ensuring the best price. See full price list.
Each newly purchased license is valid indefinitely. It automatically includes one year of software maintenance and technical support. Software maintenance allows you to use all the new product versions, minors as majors. Beyond the first year, you can, if you wish, renew software maintenance and technical support for one, two or three years.
Some examples of use
You want to define a blacklist of processes and automatically kill them when they are starting up ; Or you want to be alerted by an Â«abnormal runningÂ» of a process by monitoring its memory and CPU usage.
Registry database monitoring:
You want to be alerted when a registry key is created or when the content of a value is modified.
Event logs monitoring:
You want to be informed of Â«criticalÂ» system events like Audit failures in security logs.
Files and directories monitoring:
You want to be alerted when a directory of a file server exceeds a specific size.