Why should you monitor your employees PC? This is a major concern of the employers. Today almost all the work can be done with the help of computers such as from buying articles, making notes, sending and receiving emails and many more. In this case it is necessary to have complete information like internet uses and what they are doing in their computer. Employer should know everything about his team, what matters most is, what they are doing during the company time and on company resources. If they spent time on frivolous sites or objectionable sites, then it would hamper the company’s productivity and the business has to face some legal risks. So the employer can monitor their employee’s computer with the help of the third part software.

Best Way To Monitor Your Employee’s PC

 

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Monitoring an Employee is one facet of a larger discipline, it is known as endpoint security. This includes protection from malware to asset tracking and policy enforcement. For bigger business it requires comprehensive endpoint security system. To handle these functions server software has to be coupled with client monitoring tool for each machines of the user. These systems are complex and it requires an expertise like IT pro.

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For a small business, to achieve the end point security, you can install the monitoring tool that would combine the software on PC with the services to monitor or protect the PC and enforce compliance with company policies. With the help of PC monitoring Software, monitoring becomes easier. The most secured way to monitor the use of PC is by deploying the system that consists of appliance server or host along with the installed software.



This software is capable of logging anything from the user’s PC, such as like the files they print, programs they run, monitoring the keystrokes, internet conversation and connections, activities on webpage, email received and sent and many more. The entire log can be saved easily and can be exported for later use. It can monitor real time Desktop Viewing and control, Managing and viewing the application, managing and viewing the Windows, management of file system and its navigation, viewing document history and many more. It has an excellent security features like Stealth mode, encryption of log file, security setting, disabling spyware detector, scheduling the logging time and PC Lockdown and password protection.

To use this software it should have the following system requirements:

  1. Windows NT4, 200x, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, or 10. 32 and 64-bit supported.
  2. Pentium Class PC (133mhz or higher)
  3. 3MB Hard disk space
  4. IP Address of Remote Computer.

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Steps To Monitor System

Step 1: After downloading your copy of SpyAgent navigate to where you downloaded (in this case it is on the Windows desktop). Double click the SpyAgent installer file to start the SpyAgent install.


Step 2: Click through the installer until you come to this screen. This is where you choose the folder location for SpyAgent’s install. Once you configure the Destination Directory, click the Next button.


Step 3: Click through the installer until you come to this screen. This is where you choose the install type for SpyAgent. If you want SpyAgent to not appear in the start menu and install the bare minimum files then choose the Stealth installation, as shown below.


Step 4: When you are done configuring the install you will be asked if you want to include an uninstaller. For total stealth choose NO – as shown.


Step 5: After your install completes you will now have to configure and run SpyAgent! Go to the START button on your desktop and click it once to bring up the Start menu. Choose the RUN… option to get the below window.


Step 6: Once you are in the install directory you will see the SpyAgent files below if you have chosen Stealth install. Now, Highlight the sysdiag application file as shown below.


Step 7: Right click on the sysdiag application file (sysdiag.exe if you have Windows set to show file extensions) and choose RENAME from the menu by clicking on it.


Step 8: You will now be able to type a new name in for sysdiag. As you can see below we chose to name it “snmp”. Use the below name, or something of your making to conceal SpyAgent’s identity.


Step 9: After renaming you can now run SpyAgent by double clicking the file you renamed. You will be prompted to configure your password – do so. Once inside SpyAgent click on the ‘GENERAL’ button on the right side of the SpyAgent window. The below window will appear – enable the options exactly as you see in the below window.


Step 10: Almost done! Now all that is left to do is click the Start Monitoring button that is highlighted below. You will be prompted for your password – enter it, and click OK. You will receive a notification message on how to bring SpyAgent out of stealth mode to later view logs



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