Remote Task Manager is a systems control interface that can be run from remote Windows NT/2000/XP/2003 computers. This enables a Systems Administrator to control most aspects of a remote environment. The simple-to-use, tabbed interface separates applications, services, devices, processes, events, shared resources and performance monitor, making each of these very easy to control. A Systems Administrator can start or stop services or devices, add new services or devices, manage the run level and adjust the security (permissions, auditing and owner). The Process Function and the Task Manager allows remote termination and adjusting of priority. An Event Viewer lets the Administrator view all events as though they were being run on the host computer. The Performance Monitor displays a dynamic overview of the computer's performance (CPU and memory usage).
Remote Task Manager even supports remote installs, enabling a Systems Administrator to set up a service on remote machines without ever having to physically go to them. Remote Task Manager adds the ability to lock/shutdown/reboot and to create processes on remote computers.
With Remote Task Manager you can:
- Monitor all running tasks, processes, services and events on remote computers.
- Watch features of running tasks (the handle of the main window, process ID, etc.).
- Watch features of running processes (process ID, CPU time, privileges used, memory, priority).
- See which process is associated with a selected task.
- See which process is associated with a selected service.
- End a selected task correctly.
- Terminate a selected process at any time.
- Change priority of a selected process.
- Control which CPUs the process will be allowed to execute on.
- Stop, start, restart, pause and continue any selected service or device.
- Change startup parameters of a service or a device (name, account, startup type, dependencies, etc.).
- Change service's repair parameters on Windows 2000/XP.
- Watch dependent services.
- Adjust service's and device's security (permissions, auditing and owner).
- Manage shared resources on remote computers.
- Clear event logs.
- Archive event logs.
- Monitor a dynamic overview of the computer's performance (CPU and memory usage).
- Shut down and reboot remote computers.
- Create processes on remote computers.
- Lock computers remotely.
- And much more...