New version of AdminMe 2010 for Windows Home Server Now Available!

by Stephen Bruce on May 27, 2010 · 4 comments

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Back in March I wrote about AdminiMe 2010 written by Windows Home Server MVP Nick Asseloos of Asoft.  Nick has been hard at work on improvements to AdminiMe and fixes of issues reported by users.

The new updated software has the same look and feel so if you’re already familiar with AdminiMe then you will feel right at home with the new version which has improved functionality.  For those not familiar with AdminiMe it’s a feature rich Add-In for Windows Home Server Health Monitoring.

Here are the changes made to AdminiMe 2010 v1.0.1.2.1158:

  • Increased documentation on using the mail functionality in the communications dialog
  • Ability to change the Network Card
  • Improved message for CPU Overload
  • Server NAG Screen control characters have been removed
  • Properly displays who the software is registered to
  • Email control characters have been removed
  • Redundant check on server license to prevent console crash from invalid license file
  • Server settings are now properly saved
  • Proper network card selection in AdminiMe config area
  • Fixed Error when server starts with device not connected
  • Properly saves the last item in the list of application logs in the config tab
  • Fixed issue with Microsoft.HomeServer.Controls.Sharemanager throwing an exception resulting in emails being sent as an unregistered version
  • Fixed the issue when you chose to ignore an alert that AdminiMe will ignore it as well
  • Fixed issue with reporting high memory consumption even though the threshold was never reached
  • Links to Registration Page/AutoExit on the AdminiMe Tool Bar now open up on the Client and not locally within the console.
  • You can now disable monitoring of disk usage by setting threshold to 0
  • The disk rate is not converted to the best format (Kb/s, MB/s…..)

AdminMe 2010 is free to use but you will see a NAG Screen when it first starts and a couple of features are disabled.  For a small fee the nag screen is removed and you will be allowed to configure AdminiMe to send you Email Alerts to keep you informed when server issues arise.

The updated software can be downloaded 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


{ 4 comments }

Rhinoevans May 27, 2010 at 12:10 pm

I love this program!!! Where is the VAIL version?

WHSbb August 27, 2010 at 9:46 am

Hi,

I wonder Adminme 2010 version is Vail compatible?

Thanks

Alex Kuretz August 27, 2010 at 1:16 pm

To my knowledge, no, not at this time. No WHSv1 add-ins are compatible with Vail out of the box, the underlying technology, APIs, and installation mechanism have all changed.

WHSbb August 27, 2010 at 1:48 pm

Will, thanks Alex your quick reply is very much appreciated!

HAVE A WONDERFUL DAY!

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