I was looking at unanswered posts. I saw that you were looking for a program that will monitor what other are doing on the network. If you have the system administrator priviliges, there is a program called Dameware. There is a free 90 trial. after that, I believe it is 90 dollars. If you want to monitor them with out them knowing their is a setting that tells the client not to display a notification that you are connected. You can even take control of their keyboard and mouse movements. A good aspect of this is you do not have to install it on the client physically. You can just push it from your workstation of server.
If you were talking about monitoring packets on a network and such, there are two programs called Cain and Able they are downloaded together, and they scan your network and packets and give you a pretty good anallysis of stuff going on.
I am interested in using this feature for my home network price is an issue so what is the most effiecient least expensive program to monitor my networked clients? Also, do you have to have a server system st up on your network or can I just manually install this software on every workstation? Thanks!
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