DomainScan Server Monitoring is the perfect network monitoring solution for System administrators. Its designed for small businesses, schools and universities.
Its easy to use, and will display a lot useful information that will help you, and it can assist you to make informed decisions.
DomainScan Server Monitoring can monitor all network devices, collect audit information, search devices and detect online users.
The built-in monitoring system can be used to create user-defined monitors that can be used to monitor specific services, such as monitoring that the web-server is running. Furthermore, DomainScan Server Monitoring can also react in case of errors.
Data analysis capabilities are also integrated in DomainScan Server Monitoring, so that one can predict future trends and extract data reports on-the-fly.
DomainScan Server Monitoring does not require any software to be installed on monitored devices, as DomainScan Server Monitoring uses industri standard interfaces, such as SNMP and WMI, to communicate with devices.
January 07, 2011
Version: DomainScan Server Monitoring 7.0 SR1
unknown. Setup file flagged with Trojan.P2P.Dropper, so I never installed it.
Setup file flagged with Trojan.P2P.Dropper, so I never installed it. Maybe it's a false positive, but i'm not going to bother installing the program.
I wonder if the setup file was infected, if it was a false positive, or if something else infected it along the way. Might never know. ESET did not catch it, but Anti-MalwareBytes did. The rest of my system appears clean. Will never know what would have happened if I installed it, but i was interested in its advertised abilities. Just wish I new why the Trojan.P2P.Dropper was part of it.