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Enterprise Configuration Manager v4.7 Configuresoft Price: Starts at $995 per managed server and $30 per managed workstation @exb Enterprise Configuration Manager v4.7 @exe In October 2004, we reviewed Configuresoft's Enter-prise Configuration Manager (ECM) v4.5 and were impressed with the system's ability to aggregate Windows system configuration information, remediate deficiencies and provide detailed reports across the enterprise. This very good product has gotten better. In v4.7, Configuresoft has added the ability to scan and report on *nix systems, building on its excellent support for Windows hosts. Our tests showed that the new agents functioned properly and provided valuable reporting. However, the Unix/Linux and Windows management systems are in separate menu trees, giving them the feel of two separate systems. We'd like to see an integrated configuration management solution. Our sole complaint last year was v4.5's lack of high-level configuration reports. Configuresoft listened to this criticism and revamped its reporting capabilities. Security ... Access >>>
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