NetVizor has the powerful
capabilities of not only allowing you to monitor individual workstations,
but also to monitor individual USERS on your network. This is
ideal if you have users that rove around from one PC to another,
where they login under the same username at each PC. To enable
user monitoring for centralized viewing, you will have to specify
a shared network folder in the 'log storage location' settings
in the NetVizor client (LOGGING menu ->
Once you specify a shared
network folder, check the "Categorize by Username" option. Now,
all logs will be stored on this shared network folder in the format
of "Username on ComputerName". You must then configure the NetVizor
viewer to use this same shared folder in its 'network log storage'
settings. Once you do this, click "Refresh"
in the NetVizor viewer and all the roving users will be shown in
the Resource list in NetVizor's viewer.
We recommend using a log
folder named 'logs$' for NetVizor's log storage - ie: \\your-server\logs$
The "$" in the folder name sets the folder as a hidden
network folder - so other users will not be able to see this folder
on the network. This folder must have full read/write access by
The shared folder must also
be stored on a Windows NT/2000/XP machine.
To access NetVizor while
it is running, press CONTROL+ALT+SHIFT+M on your keyboard, enter
in your password ('spytech' is the default). After configuring
the shared folder you will be prompted to restart NetVizor -
the NetVizor module is located at x:\program files\nvclient\sysdiag.exe
- 'x' being your disk name.