Linux Magazine: EnlightenDSM brings multiple-platform network management to Linux [Review]Apr 22, 2000, 18:43 (0 Talkback[s])
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"EnlightenDSM is a network management and distribution tool that runs on Linux and Unix systems to manage Linux, Unix, Windows 9x, and Windows NT PCs. Because it allows encrypted communication between an EnlightenDSM server and managed PCs, you can use this product to securely manage remote systems -- a key advantage with remotely hosted Web sites and branch offices. EnlightenDSM also has the ability to detect remote alerts. This kind of broad platform support and impressive feature set have earned it the Linux Magazine Emperor Class award."
"The EnlightenDSM server is available for two specific Linux distributions: TurboLinux and Red Hat. It is bundled with TurboLinux's TurboCluster product. It is possible to get it running on other Linux systems, but you should check with Enlighten Software Solutions regarding availability for other distributions. The software may or may not work, depending on which libraries your distribution uses."
"EnlightenDSM is a major find for any network manager. Its breadth and cross-platform support are impressive, and its ability to operate securely across the Internet can be invaluable. No network manager should be without EnlightenDSM."
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