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    Hey all Petri Members.

    I need a little help to find a Management Software in style with SpiceWorks. But I need this software to work over the Internet and on several different networks. My setup is that I'm providing support to various customers and I want to be able to monitor their network so that problems can be solved fast. Software has to be installed on Windows servers.

    I hope this information is enough to anyone familiar with such software.

    Best Regards

    Mr. School

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    Re: Network Management Software

    What sort of monitoring are you looking for?

    If you want alerts on server uptime and status, maybe look at R-U-ON. I imagine with multiple customers you'd need the paid-for version, but it's priced very reasonably.

    If you can give us a better idea of what your needs are then maybe we can suggest more.
    Gareth Howells

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    • #3
      Re: Network Management Software

      We use Zenoss to monitor our network, it monitors server uptime, event log errors etc etc.

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        Re: Network Management Software

        Originally posted by paris View Post
        We use Zenoss to monitor our network, it monitors server uptime, event log errors etc etc.

        Don't think Zenoss runs on Windows. Might want to look into Big Brother, pretty sure that runs on Windows.

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          Re: Network Management Software

          I'm faaairly sure you CAN configure spiceworks as an MSP.

          another option is Kaseya - we use this over >100 clients to monitor servers, and provide remote access to workstations.

          It feeds data on alerts into our case management system.
          sure, we need to make sure that the firewall at each site allows communication to and from our Kaseya server, but that's no big deal really.
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          • #6
            Re: Network Management Software

            Originally posted by falbanese View Post
            Don't think Zenoss runs on Windows. Might want to look into Big Brother, pretty sure that runs on Windows.
            Yeah we have Zenoss running on a Linux box, it's a sweet piece of software though. Monitor's our servers a treat.

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