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LanTool could be the answer to your network administration needs. Designed to make remote administration a breeze, it is ideally suited for implementations which require remote network administration such as corporate networks, cyber cafés, exhibition centres, hotels and many other types of network.
LanTool is an advanced network administration environment that incorporates a compact design, yielding a low memory footprint, for unmatched speed and performance. It allows easy access to information on your network which consists of Windows 2000, XP and Server 2003 computers.
Designed from the ground up for efficiency, LanTool means that you won´t be waiting around to query computers on your network. LanTool communicates directly with each client, and avoids the delays that can be introduced by the operating system.
You can restart, shutdown, hibernate, suspend and lock any computer on your network, without the need to physically be there. LanTool reduces the time you spend walking around, and increases your productivity. In seconds, you can ascertain which hardware is connected to a particular machine, how long the computer has been running for, or who´s connected without having to yell or pick up the phone. Detailed information, on any machine running on your network, is just a click away.
Remotely power-on, shutdown or power-off remote computers
Remotely lock a session or log-off users
Check if a computer is still on the network by monitoring its ‘heartbeat’, a regular signal sent by the remote computer.
Send files to remote computers, bypassing the operating system´s default methods, allowing faster transfer initializations, higher throughput due to on-the-fly compression, more accurate estimates for transfer time, error recovery and other programming tricks to ensure reliability and usability
Determine network issues using the Network bandwidth test feature, ascertaining the line speed between two points on the network and pinpointing any issues with the network.
Test the quality of a network connection by running TCP or UDP line tests to determine if there´s a problem with transfer rates.
Kill processes remotely or change process priority remotely.
Dual core ready - due to the heavily multi-threaded design, which not only improves response times on single core CPUs (due to less wait states), but will also utilize the extra hardware of newer generation of microprocessors.