This application was written due to a lot of frustration from my side, I have been working a lot with network configurations, routers setup (networking maintenance, in general). I didnt have any good tool that will help me with the little things. I hate going to command prompt and run programs like, ping, tracert, net stat, etc.
While administrating couple of small networks, I found out that it will be much more easier to keep all of the clients well updated by enabling the option of controlling them remotely. Of course there are a lot of software out there that can remotely control a client but I wanted the process to be transparent to the client side. I wanted something that will give me the ability of installing software on the remote side without kicking the user out from its own machine (for example, installing an update of virus definitions). Installing client side software was out of the question, I don't like to walk to each and every computer on the network and installing a "listening" software manually.
The Network Commander is able to connect to any client on the network, executing processes, ending processes, running DOS commands and more just at a click of a button from the server side.
Couple of more convenient features where implemented to make your life much more easier: port scanner, that can scan a range of IP address for open/closed ports, network utilization that can enumerate the current network usage, TCP/UDP/ICMP/IP statistics for the current machine and more..
Network Commander is a free software application from the Other subcategory, part of the System Utilities category.
The app is currently available in English and it was last updated on 2004-09-25. The program can be installed on Windows.
Network Commander (version 2.1) has a file size of 9.28 MB and is available for download from our website.
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