WTSGateway When installed on any Windows 2000 or XP machine, WTSGateway act as a gateway for both RDP and citrix ICA protocols. This means you do not need to expose your whole network to the outside.Your firewall will only need to be opened to allow external users to communicate with the WTSGateway machine. On this machine you will add the IP addresses of all your Terminal Servers and WTSGateway will balance the load among the servers, establishing the connection directly between the WTSGateway and the Terminal Servers. Therefore from the outside, the only machine visible is the WTSGateway one.
It can be configured to listen on any port you want (443 for example) and to connect to your Terminal Servers listening on any port (like 1494, 3389, 3390 and so on). A must have if you do want a secure TS environment.
Remote System Information Audits your network for critical hardware and software information and displays the results in a clear, exportable spreadsheet view.
Remote Registry technology provides the ability to dynamically scan your network without installing a client.
TimeCount Manage your lan, cyber cafe with TimeCount.
With TimeCount you can control the used time by your customers in each computer of your network.
0S Non-Proxy Atomic Sync A standard synchronizing program will not work if NTP (Network Time Protocol) is suppressed by a proxy or a firewall. This synchronizer uses plain access to WWW pages that show standard GMT time. It will work if you have access to Internet pages.
CheckIT Keep track of what ports are open on your network.
PXE Boot Image for VMware, floppy image * PXE Boot Image for VMware - Bootable floppy image functions as a PXE Boot ROM
* Fastest way to PXE Boot your VM Guest Operating System!
* Ideal for quickly installing guest operating systems using WfM-enabled desktop tools like emBoot NBT
Remote Performance Observer Client/server architecture system based on the OLE for Process Control technology intended to provide the comprehensive information on the resources usage and performance of machines in your network.