Windows NT/2000/2003/XP

System Administration Software



Hyena is a tool for day-to-day administration of Windows NT and Windows XP/2000/2003 systems.   


Hyena brings together all of the administrative tools from Windows NT such as User Manager, Server Manager, and File Manager/Explorer, and many of the MMC components from Windows 2000/2003 into a single, easy-to-use, centralized program. Hyena arranges all system objects, such as users, servers, and groups, in a hierarchical tree for easy and logical system administration. Here's a sample of just a few of Hyena's functions:


 Create, modify, delete, and view users, groups, and group membership

 Modify single or multiple user properties, including terminal server and Exchange mailbox settings

 Automatically create home directory and home shares for users, including full security configuration

Export delimited text files of users, groups, printers, computers, group members, services, scheduled tasks, disk space, registry, and Active Directory information for your entire network.

 Browse all server shares, copy and delete files without drive mappings

 View events, sessions, shares, processes, and open files for any server

 View and control services and drivers for one or more computers

 Manage share and file permissions, including creating new shares and viewing all share access rights at the same time

 Remotely schedule, delete, and manage jobs for multiple computers at the same time

 Remotely shutdown and reboot any single or group of computers

 View remaining disk space for multiple computers at the same time

And more...


This help document is organized by system administration function.  Use the navigation window at the left to browse the remaining help topics, or visit for more information about Hyena.


If you have questions or problems, or want to check to see if a new version is available, see the Support and Suggestions section. If you need information on purchasing Hyena, see the Licensing and Registration section for pricing and licensing information.


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