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November 29, 2006


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AventNet, the makers of the product have always given us a discount when we requested one. Another cool feature is that OpManager can automatically create ServiceDesk tickets when an alert is thrown.

That looks like some promising software! I'm looking forward to hearing what you find out about non-profit pricing.

Wow, that's one impressive piece of software. In the previous blogpost you mentioned Cerberus Helpdesk, did you ever try that out? What were your impressions?

OpManager is great. I just downloaded the free one and configured it to manage all our switches (4) servers (6) , wifi points (4), and the router (1) and it didnt cost a thing. Thanks! Just what i have been looking for!

One question I have is why are you planning to use SCE2007 to do your asset tracking? What is missing in ServiceDesk Plus?

Hi all,

Just an update from ManageEngine productline:

We have two other exciting products that might suit your requirments:

(1) ManageEngine DeviceExpert - a web-based Network Configuration Management Software that helps in taking total control of the configurations of network devices such as switches, routers, firewalls and others from multiple vendors. Please visit http://www.deviceexpert.com for more info/ free version / professional trial version download

(2) ManageEngine PasswordManager Pro (PMP) - a web-based Password Management Software that helps enterprises to control the access to shared administrative/privileged passwords of any 'enterprise resource' such as servers, databases, network devices, applications etc. It also serves a centralized, secure repository of passwords.

Please visit http://www.passwordmanagerpro.com for more info/ free version / professional trial version download


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