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Old 06-01-2005, 03:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking to implement server administration through my blackberry into our servers. I am interested in feedback from those of you that have had some experience with Sonic Admin or other types of remote admin software. Our servers are Windows2000 server, Windows 2003 Server, SCO Unix. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated in making my decision.
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Old 06-02-2005, 09:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The company I work for, Idokorro Mobile, has a remote administration suite called Mobile Admin, which allows you to manage Windows, Unix, Domino, Novell etc.

Obviously I can't give you unbiased feedback, but there are some Idokorro users on this site who should be able to.

I'd advise you to try our software for yourself, and judge for yourself. You can download a free fully-functional trial from our website - www.idokorro.com - and our software is very easy to set up.
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There are actually several Idokorro employees who regularly this forum (myself included) but I totally agree with Anthony here. Download both products and try them both out for yourself and decide which one is the best for your needs.

Anybody unbiased (i.e. not an employee of either place) with experience in both products will have to post feedback if you're comparing the two...

You might have noticed the price differential, but I should add that MobileAdmin permits you unlimited client installations, to administer 8 servers.
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I am also very interested in this. I like the looks of Idokorro, but IMHO its WAY to pricey...especially for an academic instituation (for my purpose).
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NetGuyR -- FYI -- Check the updated Idokorro website out.

There is now a discounted $245 license for single-server use of Idokorro. The old $1995 price included 8 servers. This includes unlimited clients accessing the same server(s).

Note: Idokorro is one of the sponsors of BlackBerryForums.
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