HSLAB Access Control TSES Publisher's description
from Handy Software Lab
HSLAB Access Control is a powerful and flexible system for the analyzing of the staff working hours usage in a corporate networn or on a terminal server
HSLAB Access Control is a advanced and flexible software for the logging of the employees working time usage in a corporate networn or on a terminal servers. There are a many programs to resolve a similar problems. Part from them - simply spyware programs intended first of all for capturing userвЂ™s keystrokes, passwords and various messages. Noticeably their smaller part is programs - tools for the network administrator, which allows improve use of computers and networks as a whole. HSLAB Access Control is the tool for the network administrators, created for large networks and intended to increase economy of computer resources and financial resources, directed on wages. In fact than fewer employees distract on extraneous things, especially effectively they work. Unlike other systems for the working hours usage control, in HSLAB Access Control it is emphasized on stopping of undesirable software and on simplicity of the data analysis,reports creations. The software offers a rich features: Windows groups support, grouping of programs on types of use (system programs,office programs, the Internet,multimedia, games, etc.); Tracking of removable data storage devices connections/disconnections: DVD/CD and Flash Drive disks; Control of the other devices connections: players,mobile phones, video cameras and other similar devices; Creating diagrams,reports, prints and export reports to popular formats, and many other features. HSLAB Access Control system not only the monitoring system. It is capable to neutralize actively to not authorized use of a userвЂ™s computer or terminal server session. Access Control will not allow the user to run the software which is not regarding carried out work, will prohibit CD/DVD,Flash disks usage etc. Permissions are completely operated and can be defined for: Server or domain group; Computer in network; Server user or domain user. The software is available in several editions.
System Requirements:Windows 2000 and newer
Program Release Status: Beta
Program Install Support: Install and Uninstall