In this article we discuss how to generate SharePoint documentation as well as audit farm configuration using the SPDocKit workstation license.
This article is your “how to” on product migration. We will discuss upgrading the Remote Desktop Gateway Monitor (RDGM) and Terminal Services Log (TSL) to SysKit in a multiple-farm environment.
Webinar Wednesday is starting to look like a tradition in Acceleratio, even though our webinars are mostly held on Thursdays. :) The last one was no exception. Our MVP Toni Frankola hosted a session on AutoSPInstaller and SPDocKit integration,.
How can you monitor terminal server user activity? We suggest using SysKit.
For a long time, SPDocKit has allowed farm configuration to be documented and exported in a Word document. But our customers wanted a little bit more. They wanted to know whether they can provision a new farm based on an existing farm. We thought.
We have shipped SPDocKit 6.0.0. This is a major release with improved Compare Wizard, application settings management, refreshed and rebranded dark appearance, best practices customization and other enhancements. Read more about these new features.
Did you already notice our new logo? Let me introduce you to SPDocKit 6, still the ultimate administrator's tool for SharePoint, rebranded and refreshed.
We have shipped SysKit 2016 - 7.1.2. It’s one of the minor releases with a couple of bug fixes.
The Remote Desktop Services User Session Log Summary report, or the Session Log MinMax Summary custom report, was created for a client who wanted to track activity for every remote desktop user that connected to the RDS farm sorted by daily user.
This article covers the use case for the the Screen Resolutions by Client Name custom report and explains useful features of this specific report.