Remote Desktop Reporter

Remote Desktop Reporter 1.1.4778

Remote Desktop Reporter

Author:RDPSoft
License:Shareware
Platform:WinXP, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Windows2003, WinServer, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Ultimate x64, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Business x64, Windows Vista Enterprise x64
Added:2013-02-08
Updated:2013-02-08 07:08:50
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The RDPSoft Remote Desktop Reporter is a specially designed Windows utility that:

*Polls, collects, and reports on information from Remote Desktop and Terminal Server sessions on networked computers.

*Provides a reporting engine so that you can produce both on-demand and scheduled reports covering a wide variety of user and server activity.

*Provides a rich filtering interface that you can use to reduce the volume of information in your reports.

Reportable activity includes:

*User Session Activity (Who is logging on where, how long they are logged on, their ratio of active to idle time in their sessions, etc).

*Program Tracking (What programs each user is running, how frequently they run the programs, the most frequently run programs, etc).

*Hourly User Activity (See a breakdown, hour by hour, of when your Remote Desktop users are active, idle, or disconnected.)

*User Productivity (Quickly build a robust estimate of each user's productivity across all Remote Desktop sessions they are connected to).

*Client Workstations and Addresses (Track the client workstation names and IP addresses your users are connecting from).

*Display Metrics (Determine the most frequently used screen resolutions and color depth your users utilize).

*Bandwidth Metrics (Find out, by server and by user, which users are consuming the most bandwidth in their RDP sessions).

*Load Factors (For each server, evaluate the biggest performance constraint for a given time period - such as CPU utilization, memory utilization, etc).

*Performance Metrics (Track things like - Average Number of Sessions Per Day, Average Number of Sessions Per Hour, Average Number of Disconnected Sessions, Average Capacity for Additional Sessions, etc).