|CSM v3 sits in the system tray of any computer you would
like to administer remotely, and allows you to communicate between PC's,
send many different forms of messages to other users on your domain, either
to a single person or as part of a more global notification to a larger
number of users. This software allows you to obtain statistics of
computers remotely, as well as control certain functions depending on the
version of windows being used.
Key Standard Message Features
Key Administrator Message Features
٠ Send text message via TCP/IP to any other client running CSM via their
٠ Send "waiting" messages (messages stored on a server until user
logs onto their PC) via the workstation or username.
٠ View your previously received message, and clear it for privacy.
٠ Send a dialogue message (Error, Information, Warning or Confirmation box)
to any username or workstation just like Standard messages.
٠ Send global messages to all users running CSM. These messages appear
as a thin banner across the bottom of the screen, just above the taskbar.
٠ Send TAB messages (Fixed messages that stay on the screen until the
administrator clears them). These can be used when advising users
not to use their PC, as it is currently in use by the administrator.
Key CSM Administration Features
٠ Use customized startup
scripts from CSM, that cannot be executed via a logon script, which more advanced and interactive, and you can still
run any file from within it.
٠ Remotely run startup scripts.
٠ Remotely run applications.
٠ Remotely obtain status, start and stop Windows Services.
٠ Remotely log off a PC (Windows 2000/XP only).
٠ Remotely restart a PC.
٠ Remotely shut down a PC.
٠ Windows version of the classic "ping" command.
٠ Use a ping search range.
٠ Windows version of the classic "tracert" command.
٠ Remotely retrieve stats and CSM logs from a client PC.
Key Personal CSM Features
٠ Personal Note (accessed from anywhere if CSM is launched on a
٠ Personal To-do List (accessed from anywhere if CSM is launched on a
٠ Personal Contacts (accessed from anywhere if CSM is launched on a server).