Algorius Net Viewer allows for controlling devices remotely. You can easily turn on or restart computers, open a remote desktop, view images from web cameras, etc.
The availability of a network map will make administration comfortable. Commands can be started by clicking on a device icon. The necessary attributes are inserted automatically. You can perform actions for a group of devices at once, or for active ones only.
The integrated TraceRoute shows the route to the device visually on the map and in text form. This makes it possible to quickly check the routing. You can view the routes to multiple devices at once and switch between them.
Network port scanning
Algorius Net Viewer contains a network port scanner, which is a tool for checking computer network security. Simultaneous scanning of multiple ports and the use of asynchronous operations make it possible to find opened ports quickly.
SNMP and WMI browsers
The integrated SNMP and WMI browsers allow for viewing detailed information on devices, network interface tables, connections, etc. OID selection and writing WQL statements to set up monitoring become simpler.
The integrated Wake-On-Lan utility allows for turning on computers remotely using MagicPacket. The MAC address is inserted automatically. You can specify the IP address of an intermediate router. This makes it possible to turn on computers via the Internet.
A password manager allows for keeping a list of logins for authorization on different devices and services. This simplifies administration, and is necessary for automation of monitoring and inventarization. All passwords are encrypted when stored (RSA).