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Article title Until Windows 2008, what is now RDS was known as Terminal Services. Terminal servers of any kind most often function using such technology to provide networking and to communicate. Incidentally, for a network to run efficiently, any servers need to be used without overload or glitches. Terminal server monitoring software is the best way of watching out for this and surveying areas of potential concern.

Wide Variety of Terminal Server Monitoring Software

There are many tools and products available to watch servers and networks. Whether free or paid and whether issue-specific or with a wider array of parameters in focus, the choice is broad. Indeed, some developers have chosen to monitor one specific aspect of a server or network, a set of actions within a set remit. Others have opted for a tool-kit approach, choosing a number of different items and watching each of them.

Generally, it seems that IT administrators often choose to mix-and-match, combining any number of more or less comprehensive tools. This enables them to tailor their tool-set to their needs.

Monitoring Your Terminal Servers with TSplus Server Monitoring

With TSplus Server Monitoring , you have a tool-kit of carefully picked essentials. Our software gives you access to both historical and current information and statistics about your servers, applications, websites, and users. It allows you to see both a thorough and a specific picture of your network, its performance and its usage. Thus, you can quickly remediate problems and easily generate and share relevant reports.

You have full control of your environment. And, with its centralized interface, you can monitor all of your servers and websites from one place, for a full understanding. Consequently, you can even anticipate, avoid and prevent potential problems before they impact your operations.

Easy Deployment and Configuration

Firstly, TSplus Server Monitoring takes just a few minutes of set up and initial configuration. Choose the Windows server on which you wish to install it and follow the steps set out in our Quick Start guide. Once in place, administrators can easily add or remove monitored servers and websites.

Real-Time Monitoring of Remote Access

Secondly: get real-time reports and alerts for any performance issues in your infrastructure. The console is user-friendly and you can navigate it easily. Therefore, all your servers, websites, applications, and remote-users can be monitored from there in all simplicity.

Reduction in IT Costs

Thirdly, TSplus Server Monitoring comes under permanent licenses, providing you with a cost-effective alternative. This will allow you to optimize your IT expenses. Amongst other benefits, you can identify and cut down on any over-licensed applications.

Maximize Productivity

Fourthly, you can boost productivity with its smart and easy-to-read reports. You can rapidly identify opportunities for improvement. One example could be migrating users from over-utilized servers to under-utilized ones. This can increase the performance of your servers and the productivity of your users.

The comprehensive console is equipped with a range of features for server management, website monitoring, alert management, administration, and customization.

Focus on a Key Feature

Finally, let us home in on just one specific feature. A highly useful one, though we do say so. Alerts.

You can set-up alerts for key server metrics: processor, memory, disk read/write usage, disk used space, active users and downtime duration. Additionally, you may set alerts for website uptime and downtime duration. All of these can be customised and sent as notification to appropriate people.

Conclusion on Software for Monitoring Terminal Servers

To conclude, Server Monitoring is a tool-set designed to provide you with a simple single monitoring software that does the basics well. It enables IT teams to monitor both Websites and servers closely. Each particular value has been chosen carefully in order for you to spot and prevent the greatest number of networking issues. All of this without exploding your IT and training budgets.

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