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.
How can you monitor terminal server user activity? We suggest using SysKit.
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.
This blog post helps you discover all the benefits of using SysKit to handle patch management in your server environment with Apps by Farms SysKit custom report. Patch management comes in handy with more complex systems such as Microsoft Dynamics.
This article explains the use case for the Users Not Connected to Servers report which was created for a client that needed to track users who were not connected to the Remote Desktop Services via the RDP.
SysKit comes with a list of predefined reports; however, if you need specific data and custom fields, you can create your own reports in the Custom Reports category.
Have you ever wondered if there is a way to use SysKit to manage the size and growth of your SysKit database?