AppSpy

With AppSpy managers can easily track the usage of particular files and applications on a Novell Netware File Server within their company. Learn which files are most frequently used during the course of a day, week, month or year! You can also send messages to and clear connections of those users using a specific file. Use AppSpy to gather critical information and make important decisions based on the results.

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