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Windows 10 - How to install monitoring software ?


(@jelouskevin)
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Hello, my friend works as an IT specialist in a business office. Installing and deleting different software on office managers' requests. There was a situation where he needed to find and install software to monitor active/idle software on office PCs. He's been trying to find some, but a lot of software out there uses server solutions. He's looking for cloud versions that are easy to install.


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 Hans
(@hans)
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Sorry. can't help you with that.
It's been a long time since I installed or used employee monitoring software.

You could try something like Vision, or InterGuard
here is a PCMagazine article on it: not sure how helpful that will be.


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(@jelouskevin)
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Thank You for PCmag`s article. Not so informative, as me and my friend expected.
Anyway, we found what he needs (work time, if someone interested) and now he`s working with it.
Thank You, anyway.
Have a nice day 🙂 


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 Hans
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Yeah, PCMag is not known for its great and insightful articles 😉 

Thanks for posting what you decided to start using. 👍 


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(@reinike)
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I recommend work time software. It's easy to download and allows you to see which programs your employees are running and which websites they visit and block specific programs and websites. In this way, you can ensure that your employees do not share information with third parties through file exchange programs or social network accounts.


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