New Server Administration Tool Available

DssW has updated their system administration tool, Power Manager, to version 2.0. Power Manager allows users to control systems by scheduling startup, shutdown, and restart times without the need for an live person interaction. According to DssW:

DssW Power Manager is a Macintosh utility that provides a suite of tools for network administrators, bespoke solution providers and professional Mac users alike.

Using Power Manager you can start up, shut down, wake up and put your computer to sleep without requiring any user interaction.

This new release introduces the sophisticated Launcher. Using the Launcher you can launch your applications, open your documents and run your AppleScripts at predefined events or times. Unique to the Launcher are its conditions and modifiers. Using these you can control, direct and refinethe situations in which your tasks are triggered.

New features in Power Manager 2 include the Launcher, two new Schedulers, remote configuration, administration facilities and full AppleScript support.

Whatever your automation, scheduling or energy management needs, DssW Power Manager is designed to be at the heart of the solution.

Power Manager is available for US$50. You can find more information at the DssW Web site.

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