SMART Disk Monitor is a network wide disk space monitor tool enabling System Administrators to centrally monitor disk utilization, SMART predictive failure notifications, directory sizes, user access permissions, file extension break down, and recently accessed files.
SMART Disk Monitor is built using a Windows Service, management interface application, and tray icon application for user interface alerts. No installation requirements on remotely managed computers. SMART Disk Monitor uses multi-threaded code to monitor drives and generate reports. This format enables hundreds of drives and reports to be run relatively fast.
- Monitors disk utilization, SMART predictive disk failure notifications, and online status.
- Sends fully customizable email alerts to system administrators.
- Schedule executive summary reports that include drive utilization and SMART status for multiple computers and disks.
- Graphically displays multiple disks’ utilization percentage.
- Stores and graphically displays disk utilization over time. Historical data is stored in CSV format optimized for Microsoft Excel.
- Monitor directory sizes and send fully customizable email notifications to users and customers.
- Create directory and file access permission reports simplifying Sarbanes Oxley auditing of mission critical data access.
- Generate file extension break down reports.
- Identify recently or rarely accessed files using our recently accessed files reports.
- Sub-directory size reports enable system administrators to quickly identify large or growing sub-directories.
- Automatically publish reports to your Intranet web server.
- Includes tray icon status.
- Sends email notification when drive monitors fail.
- Fire multiple types of alerts, notification and actions.
- Schedule detailed reports.
- Monitor Active Directory and automatically configure new computers.
- Single installation monitors entire network.
- No installation required on managed computers.
Previously when the service scanned a directory for size, if the path exceeded the maximum length allowed in Windows the scan halted. The scan now logs the error and continues.