If you're a network administrator, you might want to find a quick, yet efficient way to monitor every computer for failures, irregularities and other issues.

Fortunately for you, there's a wide range of dedicated software solution that can help you in this scenario. ServerSentinel is one of these programs.

Of course how fast a program is installed on the target computer often depends on the computer's specifications. However, since ServerSentinel has a lot to offer, it is deployed rather slow, but in an intuitive manner nonetheless.

In order to set it up on your computer, you simply need to launch the installation package and follow the on-screen instructions provided by it, as the rest of the process is carried out automatically.

ServerSentinel's interface is quite smooth and user-friendly, as it doesn't come with an overflowing layout, hidden functions or highly specific descriptions.

The main window resembles an Office-like layout, which makes users that are familiar with that kind of interface identify and operate this app's controls in an easier manner.

To make things clear, this app doesn't perform scans on your network, but rather on a network it creates via the server/client components. Therefore, you can install the server on the administrator's computer and the clients on the rest of them.

The program enables you to identify failures or other issues by letting you create sensors, which notify you in real-time whenever they detect something faulty on the PCs that are under your observation. You can create sensors for email servers, HDDs, network or Internet, operating systems, USB, database, script and XML.

All in all, you might turn to ServerSentinel if you're a network administrator and need a way to identify failures, errors and other issues on the computers you're monitoring. Installing it can take a while, but it makes it up with its intuitive interface and user-friendly functions.