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Click a link below to download a 30-day trial of ManageEngine End User Monitoring Agent.
The binaries are the same for Professional and Enterprise editions. Please read and accept the License Agreement before downloading this software.
The download file is the same for Professional and Enterprise editions. There is a separate download file for Cloud Starter Edition. Compare the various editions of Applications Manager.
During Applications Manager installation, you can choose to install the Free Edition or 30-day trial of the Professional/Enterprise Editions. Likewise, while installing you can choose the language.
Note: Do take a look at the Windows Vs Linux Downloads blog. Compare the capabilities of Windows and linux variations before proceeding to download the product.
Contact our technical support team - Toll Free Number : +1 - 925 - 924 - 9500
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Also have a look at our troubleshooting tips.
Applications Manager is available in English, Simplified Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, French, German, European Spanish, Korean, Hungarian & Traditional Chinese.
No, the Professional edition trial and Enterprise edition trial comes with all the functionalities, but for 30 days. It is recommended to try the 'Professional Edition' during evaluation.
Contact email@example.com to receive an evaluation license.
Pricing of Applications Manager is based on number of monitors and the number of users who access the product web client to view the Reports and Operations Dashboards. A Monitor is a specific application instance, Server, Service or Web URL you want to monitor. For example, if you want to monitor 100 SQL Server installations in your network, the 100 SQL servers will be considered as 100 monitors. Users: It is the number of users who will need to access the Product Web Client. To know more - See FAQ
Well, it depends upon the OS architecture of the machine where you are trying to install Applications Manager.
To find out the architecture of the OS you are using follow the steps below:Windows users (Windows 7 or Windows Vista):
Click the Start button, right-click Computer and choose Properties. The architecture of the OS is mentioned under System Type. To find the same for different versions of Windows, refer Microsoft's guide.Linux users :
Run the command uname -a.
If the result shows i386/i486/i586/i686, it is a 32bit kernel whereas x86_64 GNU/Linux indicates that a 64bit Linux kernel is running.