Tips and Tricks from NetFort support - find out what users are doing on your network

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The most common reason for a 'slow network' is user activity, excessive volumes of data being sent and received. Just like on a highway, if you have one long truck or too many cars the whole system slows down and this is notably true during rush hour or during the typical  working day.

Watch this short YouTube video to find out more about you can monitor user activity with LANGuardian.

Through this video we look at a few common use cases and you'll learn how to:
  • Get a thorough picture of what a user did on the network over a precise time frame.
  • Determine what users are accessing a server.
  • Ascertain what happened to a file or folder.
  • Perform forensics on phishing attacks.
  • Undertake an investigation on MS-SQL databases that are on your network.
We hope you'll like this video! If it's the case, don't forget to give it a like and to subscribe.

And, as always, if you have questions about any aspect of LANGuardian, please contact us on support@netfort.com any time.
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