This poll ended on Feb 15, 2016.

[Round 2] VM Monitor vs Permissions Analyzer

WINNER

VMM

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Permissions analyzer is great for managing user permissions and access rights but it falls short when it comes to actually troubleshooting Active Directory issues like: Domain controller issues, Replication failure, and User account lockouts.

VM Monitor was able to bring home the WIN this time!

 

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VM Monitor

Permissions Analyzer 

Your users don't care if their apps are running on physical servers or in virtual environments – they just want great performance. That’s why you need our free VM Monitor for VMware – an easy-to-use desktop tool that continuously monitors a VMware host and associated virtual machines.

  • Continuously monitor the health of a VMware host, including CPU, memory utilization, number of machines configured and running, and more
  • View detailed VM health statistics including VM name, guest OS, and VM state, as well as processor, memory, and network usage
  • Start monitoring within minutes of download using out-of-the-box settings

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Download our free Permissions Analyzer for Active Directory and achieve instantaneous visibility into user and group permissions. Get a complete hierarchical view of the effective permissions and access rights for a specific file folder (NTFS) or share drive.

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Poll Results
  • VM Monitor (76%)

    384/502
  • Permissions Analyzer (24%)

    118/502

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