Remote Desktop Reporter
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).
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
|Minimum system requirements:|
CPU: 2 GHz+ / RAM: 1GB+ recommended / HDD: Between 1 and 15GB, depending on configuration
Remote Desktop, Terminal Services, Terminal Services Tracking, User Productivity, Time Tracking