ManageEngine® Applications Manager


Chapter 2.2 Windows vs Linux Downloads

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Differences between Windows and Linux versions of Applications Manager

 

Certain Applications Manager features are available only in the Windows version. However, the basic functionality of all the other features remain the same.

 

The Microsoft applications/servers listed below can be monitored only with the Windows version of Applications Manager. This is because the data collection happens through WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation):

Apart from these monitors, certain other features work only with the Windows version:

Event log rules: Any event can be monitored and notified when it occurs. This is useful when any application generates a failure event in the Windows Event log viewer. This is helpful in a way that the event log comes before the application actually crashes. This serves as a proactive mode of monitoring your applications and services.

 

NTLM authenticated URLs and Recording HTTP(s) Sequence/Real Browser Monitor(RBM): You can record the HTTP(s) sequence through Recorder.exe tool which works only from a Windows OS. However, you will be able to save the sequence to Applications Manager on a Linux OS.

 

 

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