Microsoft Network Monitor

Written by Scott Martin
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It's no secret that Windows has become the platform of choice, not only for most computers, but as the server type elected by most big businesses. However, along with the advantages and integration of the Microsoft networks also comes the risks of security breaches. While Microsoft has hefty resources to notify the public of security breaches, there is often times a lag between exploitations of breached security and the proffered fixes.

Because of this, you'll want to invest in a Microsoft network monitor. This can be an invaluable tool for your business, especially if you have networked computers running on a Windows platform. Most of the possible Microsoft network monitor software should run on Windows, versions XP, NT, 2000, and 98.

The Need for Independent Network Monitor Software

As we've mentioned, security measures are indeed taken by Microsoft. However, it is often independent parties (sometimes helpful, and sometimes malicious) who expose breaches in Microsoft networks and products. Because of this, your best bet for a Microsoft network monitor is not always a program developed by Microsoft itself.

There are many independent companies that develop top-notch software to monitor your Microsoft networks. Because they work with practically any version of Windows, they allow you full versatility along with full security.


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