SolarWinds User Device Tracker Monitors BYOD, Mobile Links

1 - SolarWinds User Device Tracker Monitors BYOD, Mobile Links
2 - Primary Dashboard Displays Critical Data
3 - Tracking Rogue Endpoints
4 - Pop-Up Messages Aid Node Management
5 - Here Are the Node Details
6 - Tracking Port Usage
7 - List Provides Details on Who's Online
8 - Watch Lists Provide Device Status Checks
9 - Calling Up Device Details
10 - UDT Displays a Variety of Text, Graphics
11 - Monitoring Top 10 Access Points
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SolarWinds User Device Tracker Monitors BYOD, Mobile Links

by Frank Ohlhorst

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Primary Dashboard Displays Critical Data

The UDT offers an easy-on-the-eyes dashboard that shows critical information up front and allows simple click-through to details.

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Tracking Rogue Endpoints

Rogue endpoints are displayed on an interactive list, which allows administrators to take immediate action.

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Pop-Up Messages Aid Node Management

SolarWinds UDT displays a list of nodes and ports, which at a glance can give pertinent information on any port via pop-up messages. This allows administrators to drill down for additional information.

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Here Are the Node Details

Extensive information about each monitored port is offered directly on a detail screen.

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Tracking Port Usage

Interactive graphics give a visual representation of elements such as port usage.

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List Provides Details on Who's Online

An interactive list that supports drill-down and pop-up messages provides extensive details about who is logged in.

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Watch Lists Provide Device Status Checks

Easily defined watch lists provide administrators with an instant view into the status of any device.

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Calling Up Device Details

Administrators can drill down in device details from lists and alerts, making it simple to navigate to the most important information.

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UDT Displays a Variety of Text, Graphics

A combination of text and graphics shows important information, such as usage statistics.

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Monitoring Top 10 Access Points

For those monitoring wireless (WiFi) networks, the Top 10 APs graph proves very useful.

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