ATConsole combines multiple software products for IT professionals that can be used selectively or all at the same time. If you have a network with a large number of computers, you can appreciate the simplicity and ease of management from a single control point. ATConsole in the background collects basic information from computers on your network. The control panel allows you to quickly find a computer by name or IP address. After selecting the computer, you can view the information about OS, hardware, online status etc, and perform various actions such as ping, trace, remote desktop, and more.
What can you do with ATConsole?
- Software Management
- Software Inventory
- Power Management
- Power Consumption Reports
The fully-featured software deployment system, that can be used to install and uninstall software packages, such as MSI or EXE program installations to a number of networked computers. Collects reports of installed software applications in an enterprise network. The reports provides detailed information includes the installer type, user name, and tracking of changes.
Control the power state of the networked PCs. Includes advanced Wake-on-LAN capabilities. Configure scheduled shutdown and wake-up times. Email notifications. Monitor the power usage of the computers in your network. Tracking and reporting on computer power usage that includes measuring power usage, potential power consumption, costs and carbon emissions.More info...
|Supported Operating Systems *||Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows Server 2003/2008/2012|
|.NET Framework (required for Server side only)||Version 3.5 SP1 and above|
* Additional requirements for managed computers is different for each module.
Latest ATConsole release is 10.0.5
|FAQ on how to configure remote shutdown and wake-on-lan feature in the ATConsole Power Management||~/Doc/Configure_remote_shutdown_wakeup|
|How to configure the ATConsole Software Inventory module to report on installed applications on the networked computers.|