Three scripts to aid monitoring of K-12 networks

Since K-12 network administrators often have to make do with low-cost and free solutions, all too often the critical job of monitoring for suspicious activity doesn't happen.

Since K-12 network administrators often have to make do with low-cost and free solutions, all too often the critical job of monitoring for suspicious activity doesn't happen. On TechRepublic, <a href="http://www.techrepublic.com/5100-1009_11-6079411.html?tag=nl.e101">William T. Evans offers three scripts</a> to automate monitoring of file storage, network traffic and host connectivity.

Grab the scripts from <a href="http://www.techrepublic.com/5100-1009_11-6079411.html?tag=nl.e101">his TR article.</a>

 

 

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