Network Administration Tool (NAT)
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Network Administration Tool (NAT)
Network administration tool is a software package that is designed specially for the administrators. This tool enables administrator to maintain software’s, control the access to network resources, file handling and helps in the handling of process execution, software maintenance on the client machines. The tool also helps to reduce the direct support provided for the network users by its special features.
1.1.1 The administrator can easily use the tool since it has a user-friendly GUI.
1.1.2 Supports software deployment on client machines remotely.
1.1.3 Simple and easier addition of new client machines.
1.1.4 Performs silent/quite tasks on the client machine.
1.1.5 Ease of installation/un-installation of software’s.
1.1.6 Reduction in the direct user support.
1.1.7 Can control the system operations from a single console
1.1.8 Maintain the software installed on the machine
1.1.9 Addition of new features to the tool is simple.
Multiple clients may connect to a NAT server at the same time. Popular uses for this technology include remote network administration, technical support and accessing files on one's work computer from one's home computer, or vice versa.
A Network Administration Tool is designed for using within small, medium and corporate Offices with in a local area network (LAN). This Network Administration tool does not require internet connection, and it works across Ethernet
It would allow companies, organizations, educational institutions and dispersed workgroups to control all of its clients systems connected over on the network.
The main purpose of the project and implimentation is to control all systems from a single centralised server which are connected on a network to perform day to day activities.
The objective of simulating the most basic feature for administrating the systems over a LAN
It provides the administrator the option to monitor the services, file handling, deployment of utilities and other administration activities on a number of client machines.
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