SurfCop for Microsoft ISA Server/Forefront TMG 1.3

"SurfCop for Microsoft ISA Server/Forefront TMG" snapshot

SurfCop is a software solution designed to monitor and control Internet traffic in companies that uses Microsoft ISA Server 2004/2006 or Microsoft Forefront TMG.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 2000
Publisher:
Red Line Software
Price:
$75.24
File size:
62.84 Mb
Date added:
January 12, 2010
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Description from the Publisher
SurfCop is a software solution designed to monitor and control Internet traffic in companies that uses Microsoft ISA Server 2004/2006 or Microsoft Forefront TMG. The product implements the concept of integrated approach to monitoring and limiting corporate Internet traffic, and also to controlling the efficiency of the company's employees.
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