AdminiMe 2010 for Windows Home Server – Special Offer!

by Stephen Bruce on March 23, 2010 · 5 comments

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Windows Home Server MVP Nick Asseloos of ASoft is currently offering a special Spring pricing of $6 US, 6 Euro, 6 GBP and 600 Yen, discounted from the normal price of $8US/8 Euro/8 GBP/ 800 Yen. The special pricing is valid this week until March 27th.

AdminiMe 2010 for Windows Home Server

AdminiMe is probably the most feature rich Windows Home Server Health Monitoring Software available. It’s unique in the way it can be configured and customized to monitor the status of your server directly from the console. Registered users can also configure the Add-In to email you any errors/warnings as they occur on the server. What makes AdminiMe 2010 unique is that it monitors activity of the CPU’s installed in your server and breaks down the activity by each Core on every CPU your server has installed. The software also monitors your servers Drives, NIC, RAM and Event Logs.

This is truly a great Add-In and I encourage everyone to take a few minutes of their time to download and evaluate it. The Add-In is free to use, and most features are available in the unregistered version. However, to support this development and future ones you are encouraged to register for the full version, especially while it is available for such a great price.

Further details of this Add-In are available from the Asoft website.





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By day I am a Plant Engineer running a food container manufacturing facility which supplies containers to the Chinese Restaurant Industry. By night I spend my time helping others with their Windows Home Servers, working on various server projects. My other interests are animals, photography, media streaming, cultural history and linguistics. You can find me in the MediaSmartServer.net forums as Comp1962


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Cubanblood March 23, 2010 at 8:28 am

Thanks for the article. It awesome to see so many useful add in at such a low price.

Damian March 23, 2010 at 8:48 am

Thanks for the post Stephen (aka Comp1962 :-) ). I will definitely be taking a closer look at this add in.

Comp1962 March 23, 2010 at 7:58 pm

@ Damian ~ I will be purchaseing it myself. On my Proliant it shows the CPU activity on all 4 cores running. It has 2 duel core processors and just to see how they are being worked had me sold on it right away plus the other monitoring it does makes it very unique.

@ Cubanblood ~ The availability of add-ins just seems to be constantly growing and improving too. Some have gone from being free to purchase and thats fine because these people spend many hours working on their add-ins and the small fee’s they ask in return only helps them to develope them more.

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