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Win 2K Adv Server Services

Posted on 2002-03-14
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Hi,
   i have 2 services running on win2k adv srv.
1) bindview support service
2) bindview query service

can someone tell me what these services are for?

thanks

 
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Quoted from the following link
http://www.nwfusion.com/reviews/2001/direct0813a.jsp?_tablename=direct0813&a3='www.bindview.com'
Comprehensive security assessment - out of the box, bv-Control checks for more than 600 areas of risk and can generate automatically more than 600 reports Full-featured query-based interface that allows IT administrators to build custom queries for issues specific to their environment Baselining - BindView's exclusive technology that allows IT administrators to quickly document the content of their directory or the configuration of their file servers to uncover changes within their heterogeneous environments. Documentation against prior data can be performed daily,weekly or monthly to uncover discrepancies Find and Fix - BindView's exclusive technology that allows IT administrators to quickly identify and close security holes, enforce security standards and implement security policies across the enterprise Historical data storage Real time performance monitoring


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http://www.nwfusion.com/reviews/2001/direct0813result.jsp?_tablename=direct0813

Quoted from the following link. Also there is a lot of infor at this link
http://www.nwfusion.com/reviews/2000/0911rev.html
Bindview Development has released bv-Control for Microsoft Exchange, an analysis and reporting tool that helps you get a handle on what's buried deep inside your Exchange system. It can help answer questions such as: "Where did all of the disk space go?"; "Who's using the public folders?"; and "How fast is the system growing?" These questions, and many others, are very easily answered with a few clicks of the mouse.
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