The latest beta for IPCheck Server Monitor version 5.4.1 mainly adds two new features: WMI sensors and Vista support.

Five new sensor types based on WMI

We have added five new sensor types that are based on WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation). WMI is a technology that aims to easy the management and monitoring in Windows networks and is supported since XP and Windows 2003 Server. After entering the credentials for a domain account you can now monitor the CPU load and memory load and the disk space usage as well as individual services on remote Windows computers in your LAN. Additionally you can create your own WMI queries in the WML language and run them with IPCheck.

Support for Windows Vista

IPCheck now fully supports Windows Vista as a host. In order to support Windows Vista we mainly had to make major internal changes to the IPCheck Control Panel and we had to change the fileformat of the Helpfiles to CHM (compiled help).

More changes

There are also some other minor changes (see the history page).

Beta Download

This latest beta is available from the IPCheck downloads page and will expire on September 30th 2007 (note: the manuals have not been updated yet for this beta).

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