Hyena 8.0: A great Admin tool gets even better

System Tools manages to improve opun a product that was already great

I have made no seceret in the past of how much I like Hyena from System Tools. In terms of functionality, ease of use and price this is one of the best Remote Administration tools money can buy, flat out! Well System Tools has managed to improve upon perfection with the latest release of Hyena v8.0! This latest version boast some great new features such as: Support for 64-bit Windows - Hyena now can take full advantage of the 64-bit processor and components. Support for Windows Server 2008 fine-grain passwords - Create multiple levels of password policies with Hyena's new GUI Access Remote Desktop directly - in the past you needed to install the winvnc client to use remote desktop. This new configuration gives Hyena more power and better options. With all this Hyena still starts at a mere $199 for a single standard version and $269 for a single enterprise license. This is one product that keeps making the IT Admins life easier while getting more powerful with eachg version released. Download the 30-day trial, but I guarantee you'll be a believer in a day.

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