RemotelyAnywhere Dashboard

The Dashboard gives you a detailed, up-to-the-minute diagnostic view of system information for an individual RemotelyAnywhere computer.

RemotelyAnywhere Dashboard

Each section of the Dashboard displays a summary of activity.

Dashboard Section Description
System Information Provides details about the Host's operating system; the CPU installed; the amount of physical and virtual memory available and used; when the computer was last booted; and which user is logged in.
Network Traffic Provides details of network traffic on the selected network interface. The area at the top shows the loading on the network interface: you can redraw this graph to show the latest data by clicking Refresh. You may also adjust the sensitivity of the graph by changing the values in the Max Inbound/Outbound fields.
Events Provides an instant view of information that is generally retrieved using the Administrative Tools > Event Viewer in Windows. It displays the five (default value) most recent events from the Application Event Log, Security Event Log, and System Event Log. You can customize which events are displayed by clicking Set Filter.
Disk Drives Displays the size and amount of used/free space on each disk drive of the Host.
Processes Provides an instant view of information similar to what you can see in the Processes tab of Windows Task Manager. It displays information about the five (default value) processes using most CPU resources; the percentage of CPU each process is using; and the amount of memory each process is using.
Scheduled Tasks Provides an instant view of information similar to what the Scheduled Tasks feature in Windows retrieves. It lists the most recently executed scheduled tasks.
Most Recent Accesses Provides details of the most recent accesses to the Host using RemotelyAnywhere.
Installed Hotfixes Provides details of the Windows Hotfixes (updates, service packs, and so on) installed on the Host.
Journal Provides a list of the five (default value) most recent Journal entries. The Journal allows you to add useful, time-stamped comments by typing in the input field and clicking Add.