RDS Server Monitoring delivers one of the most convenient and efficient ways to monitor Remote Desktop Services servers. Aside from server usage, it can gather data concerning active RDP connections and used applications, licenses, and unused software, which helps you manage the server more efficiently, both from a financial and a functional point of view.

The only requirements of this application is an opened port (which you specify during setup) and an updated browser. The web-based interface is easy to get accustomed with, providing one-click access to various graphs that display real-time information.

RDS Server Monitoring keeps an eye on the server’s performance, revealing the CPU usage, the memory usage, and the data transfer evolution in a given period, as defined by you. There is a disk usage graph to monitor used storage, and an application usage section that reveals how many minutes each running application has been used for, as well as the number of users.

The app also monitors local and RDP sessions, displaying details about both the active and the disconnected users. There is no need for you to deploy a remote agent on connected computers for monitoring.

A handy feature is the alert support. You can configure the program to send you a notification via email if any of the monitored variables exceeds a specific threshold for more than a few minutes. This way, you can respond to the various situations that can occur in due time and avoid user complaints.

RDS Server Monitoring offers you, the system administrator, relevant information about a server’s usage, and performance, building a complete overview of its activity. There are no complex reporting settings, and the setup runs smoothly.

As a consequence, you can predict and manage servers much easier, optimizing and planning your IT structure on the long run.