Manage your network. Determine, what computers are connected and who's logged on. Remotely shutdown, restart, lock the systems or logoff users. Get useful information about a remote system such as IP & MAC addresses, Transfer files, etc.
Version: 0.1.9LanTool could be the answer to your network administration needs. Designed to make remote administration a breeze, it is ideally suited for implementations which require remote network administration such as corporate networks, cyber cafes, exhibition centres, hotels and many other types of network.
Operating System: Windows
LanTool is an advanced network administration environment that incorporates a compact design, yielding a low memory footprint, for unmatched speed and performance. It allows easy access to information on your network and since it runs as a Windows service, it is available even before a user logs on.
Designed from the ground up for efficiency, LanTool means that you won't be waiting around to query computers on your network. LanTool communicates directly with each client, and avoids the delays that can be introduced by the operating system.
You can restart, shutdown, hibernate, suspend and lock any computer on your network, without the need to physically be there. In seconds, you can ascertain which hardware is connected to a particular machine, how long the computer has been running for, or who's connected without having to yell or pick up the phone. Detailed information, on any machine running on your network, is just a click away.
Wake up remote machines, log off users, or get a snapshots of currently active computers on the network, find out who's logged on and more.
Acquire Network inventory of software and hardware, tasks running, software installed, hardware connected, detailed network information such as IP and MAC addresses, active connections, network adapter stats (packets Tx/Rx). Then measure the quality of your network between two points with the bandwidth tests.
Version 0.1.9: Service: *NEW* Events - Notification sent when a user logs on/off, system suspends/resumes, locks/unlocks or is under high CPU load, etc. Service: *UPDATE* Tidied up some log messages. Service: *UPDATE* Split log file - different log files for Pulses and Events. Service: *UPDATE* Tool tips include CPU current and average load and battery information (if present). Service: *FIX* An issue that caused the service to crash on some systems upon install. Service: *MISC* Various other minor changes. GUI: *NEW* Added menu options to view pulse, event, main log and configuration files. GUI: *UPDATE* GUI/Service Communication much quicker than 0.1.8 and before. GUI: *FIX* Strange behavior if tree view expanded then compacted followed by requesting certain types of information to populate
Version 0.1.8.2: Service: *FIX* LanTool prevented computers entering standby/hibernate state. Service: *FIX* Compressed file transfers ended up corrupted
Version 0.1.8: Service: *NEW* Kill Process - remotely kill processes. Service: *NEW* Set Process Priority - remotely change process priority. Service: *NEW* On-the-fly compression during file transfers. Service: *NEW* Multi-threaded internal engine - lengthy operations (I.E. generating hardware list) no longer block queries issued afterwards. Service: *UPDATE* Service-GUI communications vastly improved. Service: *UPDATE* Configuration parser rewritten, more robust. Service: *MISC* So many (minor) changes, which we've lost track of for now. GUI: *NEW* Process menu, allowing killprocess and setpriority. GUI: *NEW* Indicators to show status of service. GUI: *FIX* File transfers window no longer has strobe effect when updating GUI: *FIX* A few minor fixes that weren't logged.
Version 0.1.7 Rev 2: User Accounts List, Extra OS & process nformation, Denial notifications when shutdowns are refused by remote host, Notification icon cleanly reinstates self after explorer.exe crash and lots of internal tidies.