FileSpy allows users connected to a network with Novell Netware to see all the users who are using a specific file. It also allows viewing of the user's rights to the file/directory, how the file was opened, the user's network address, and the date and time the user logged in to the network. With FileSpy you can also send messages to selected network users and if you have administrative rights you can even clear their connection. FileSpy can also be used to monitor files. See the date and time a user accessed a file and the date and time the user released the file (stored in a log file). FileSpy is very useful when an updated application needs to be installed on the network. Users can be contacted to exit an application so that the updated version may be installed. FileSpy can be configured to alert you when a specified file is released by a user or notify you when a specific file is opened by a user. With a few clicks of the mouse FileSpy can even be configured to automatically copy a file over when it detects a file has been released by all users! Rather than contact the LAN Administrator for this information do it yourself from your own desktop computer with FileSpy, an invaluable tool!
Platform Windows 95/98/ME
Operating Systems Windows 95/98/ME,Windows NT/2000,Windows XP
Date added None
Last Updated 24 Apr 2012
Tags Novell, LAN, Network, Netware, file use, file usage