Finally… after months of testing, debating and begging for funds your company trades the known on-premise Exchange and SharePoint server with the online cloud version in Office 365. Just like all the other companies you know, so: why not? One important reason: You need caching!
Scense 10 lets you monitor the usage of applications. But what if you want to monitor applications that are not delivered by Scense? By simply checking the box that says ‘Enable metering for this Application’ you can tell the Scense application monitor service to start monitoring the usage of the application. This works for all…
Today Appixoft released the next major version of Scense. It brings some long awaited features like Software Metering and Grouped Criteria. Here’s the complete list.
Today Appixoft has released the Scense 8.2.2610 update. This update consists of bug fixes and the introduction of Appixoft branding. Check it out at http://www.scense.com.
Scense has supported embedded scripting since forever but it has not adopted PowerShell just yet. For those of you who would like to get a little more control over your PowerShell scripts this new download might be interesting.
Windows Server 2012 R2 is not officially supported by Scense 8.2, at least that’s what the Scense Setup tells us. What if we want to install on it anyway?
The Scense Explorer offers pretty good tools for troubleshooting, like e.g. the executive log. Generally it will take less than a minute to find out what went wrong in almost all runtime scenarios. There are, however, situations in which these tools are not sufficient.
Today Scense 8.2 was released with ‘App-V 5.0 integration’ as main feature.