SMART Disk Monitor is a network wide disk space monitor tool enabling Systems Administrators to centrally monitor disk utilization, SMART predictive failure notifications, directory sizes, user access permissions, file extension break down, and recently accessed files.
This build includes several updates to the access permissions reports. The reports have been updated to display shorter descriptions for each assigned permission and type of permission. In an effort to enable users to display rights for all first level sub-directories an option has been added to ignore the root directory. The HTML template now enables users to group directory access permissions by username. A new template called access_permissions_group_user.html has been added to the templates directory that facilitates this functionality.
In previous builds when requesting permissions for an entire disk that contained system volume information an access denied error was thrown immediately stopping the report. The report now continues to run.
SMART Disk Monitor now includes a largest files report. To execute the largest files report, navigate to the disk or directory of interest, right click and select Largest Files Report. Specify the number of files to include in the report and click Run Report. Once complete you can export the results, print the results, and select multiple files to delete.
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