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    Suggestion ► Windows remote control and monitor plugin (For Windows AND LINUX)

    I now use my own means to do that. But a plugin would be great.

    #2
    Originally posted by MattL0 View Post
    I now use my own means to do that. But a plugin would be great.
    Intall the JEEDOM plugin in HomerSeer and while running a Jeedom Server on a raspberry pi go here : https://www.jeedom.com/market/index.php?v=d and look for Jeedom Monitoring

    You will get more than you bargained for ====> Translated using Windows 10 Translator =====>

    Monitoring plugin to display: distribution (OS)/system load (Load Avg), memory (available and used)/network (TX/RX), total/used disk space/CPU (number, frequency and temperature (for the latter, only on the raspberry PI).
    This plugin is standalone, it requires the installation of no additional software.
    Compatible: scenario, historization, and display or not a row of values.
    100% functional for raspberry PI, Cubieboard, Synology NAS, Linux VM, etc..
    And reboot and turn off the device


    Examples of devices created with JEEDOM plugin below :



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    For Windows use the Jon00RCCM





    - Eman

    The People's Advocate.

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      #3
      Hi, i am looking to monitor and control a windows machine remotely.

      an hs3 plugin would be apreciated

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        #4
        Originally posted by MattL0 View Post
        Hi, i am looking to monitor and control a windows machine remotely.

        an hs3 plugin would be apreciated
        For Windows use the Jon00RCCM


        Eman.
        The People's Advocate.

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          #5
          I am on Linux. that’s why I suggest A windows pc remote control
          /status . That works from a linux or windows install.

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