- 3RationalPlan Project Viewer for Linux137
- 4UFS Explorer RAID Recovery (Linux)65
- 5UFS Explorer Standard Recovery (Linux)63
- 6PDF Automation Server for Linux44
- 7DWG to PDF Converter MX334
- 9eCall 3GPP InBand PSAP IVS Server51
- 10Image for Linux using CUI58
- 11Job Board Software74
- 12Moneyspire for Linux81
- 13RationalPlan Single Project for Linux192
- 14AfterLogic MailSuite Pro for Linux138
- 15PDF Studio Pro for Linux130
AdmWin is a toolkit for the Windows, Linux and Novell network administrator. Batch manage SAM, AD, OpenLDAP, NDS, eDirectory, Exchange, Terminal server, IIS, Samba and GroupWise. Modify user accounts, passwords, mailboxes, directories, quotas, webshares and the registry. Transfer accounts, including passwords, between different platforms. Create or manage accounts on many platforms at once. Collect system information and event log records from multiple Windows machines. Search for files and calculate directory sizes across multiple machines. View remote Windows services and processes. Manage remote Windows machines with the remote command prompt.Administrator - Linux - Openldap - Samba - Novell - Active Directory - Ad - Nds - Edirectory - Exchange - Account - Password - Hash - Registry - Event Log - Inventory - Remote Control
Platform: Linux , WinXP , Windows 2000 , Windows 2003
MySQL Administrator is a powerful visual administration console that enables you to easily administer your MySQL environment and gain significantly better visibility into how your databases are operating.
DateOct 28, 2010
YALA is a web-based LDAP administration GUI.
DateOct 26, 2010
Sudo (su "do") allows a system administrator to give certain users (or groups of users) the ability to run some (or all) commands as root or another user while logging the commands and arguments.
DateSep 23, 2010
Virtual Administrator Daemon is set of Perl scripts and modules which can help with remote server management. It uses XML input/otput, and can be run by (x)inetd.
DateSep 24, 2010
bicl is a tool for editing the built-in command line boot arguments in binary files like the PPC64 Linux compressed kernel image and the PPC64 Xen compressed hypervisor boot image.
DateAug 8, 2010