System and Network Management: These are tools that allow you to manage the network or system. In a way, they comprise of various tools that help an IT professional to manage a bunch of tasks or certain specific tasks.
File and disk management: These are tools that allow you to perform various operations on your files. These include operations like de-duplication, copying, file comparison, merging, encryption, syncing, searching and renaming of files. These files can be invaluable additions to your arsenal as a system administrator.
66. Universal Viewer
74. Areca Backup
75. DirSync Pro
78. KGB Archiver
Performance and availability monitoring: These tools allow you to monitor your system and network performance and monitor them for possible errors etc. They provide functions such as monitoring of memory utilisation, network utilisation, disk utilisation, CPU utilisation etc. In addition, you can also use the network monitoring tools in order to ensure that your network is performing at its optimal levels and is stable.
90. IxChariot QCheck
Remote management: As a system or network admin, you will be dealing with a lot of remote connections and clients. In order to manage this task efficiently, you need tools like the ones mentioned below. You can use them to remotely administer clients and servers, manage remote desktop sessions and various other functions.
94. Microsoft RDCMan
All-in-one toolkits: Sometimes you do not want to use different tools for different purposes. You want tools that can manage multiple functionalities by themselves so that you don’t have to switch over to a new one whenever your attention is needed in a new direction. These are all-in-one kits that fill up some of the gaps that exist in this respect.
97. Net Tools 5.0
100. Free IP Tools
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