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Full Control Internet is a comprehensive
management system that cuts the time and effort spent maintaining
Windows PCs enterprise-wide. It allows administrators to manage
and oversee hundreds or even thousands of computers simultaneously,
over the Internet, from anywhere in the world. This includes
mobile computers that may not always be connected to the enterprise
network. The managed computers can be monitored and updated
individually or in groups. User activity can be logged, audited,
and controlled. Helpdesk and support staff have a new worldwide
channel for remote file updates, user communications, computer
maintenance and remote repair. These powerful tools strengthen
administrative capabilities and improve remote management
of systems. In addition, Windows itself can be hardened, inherently
making the computer more reliable, stable, and secure.
Full Control Internet allows the administrator to dynamically
monitor and control all managed computers worldwide from one
central location. This includes the ability to remotely update,
logoff, shut down, reboot or reconfigure Full Control Internet
stations. The administrator can remotely roll back settings
to a previous configuration, initiate realtime two-way chat,
or broadcast popup text messages to any or all managed computers.
Full Control Internet can even send alerts on administrator-definable
Full Control Internet's One Click System Stabilization
allows full user access to authorized software yet prevents
accidental or malicious system modifications. The software
also includes a potent set of features to manage user access
to software programs and system configuration, monitor Web
browser activity, allow time management, and control user
right of entry. It can make files or folders read-only or
invisible to prevent unauthorized access. It can control any
window, such as Options dialogs or Control Panel applets,
through which the user might change settings or access the
file system. It can deny or password-protect Ctrl+Alt+Del
and similar keys. It can prevent users from bypassing Windows
at startup, lock the CD-ROM drive to prevent removal of valuable
CDs, and provide a minute-by-minute audit trail of all system
Best choice product: What are the differences between
WinU, Full Control, and Full Control Internet?
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Click here for system requirements
and more information on Full Control Internet.
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for the entire Full Control Internet manual in Acrobat PDF format.