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GUI for TSM

Discussion in 'Command Line Administrator Client' started by ears, Sep 15, 2010.

  1. ears

    ears New Member

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    Hi,

    I've seen on the net that there a few GUI's for TSM. Could anyone tell me which ones are good or worth having? If possible anything that is free.

    Many thanks
     
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  3. Raakin

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  4. moon-buddy

    moon-buddy Moderator

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    What do you want to do? Fully administer TSM from a GUI? If so, why not use ISC as this comes with TSM?
     
  5. chad_small

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    Moon-Buddy the ISC is horrible....you actually like it? I've used TSMManager and TSM Explorer, each are decent tools, but I'd rather use a command line than point and click all day long.
     
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    I've tried to work with the new ISC but it just won't do it for me. I've been working with TSMManager for a while now which i find to be much more intuitive and of course some CLI as well as i am learning/going along...
     
  7. moon-buddy

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    No, I don't. I actually don't use it. But for the beginner and novice that are GUI oriented, this is better than the command line for them!
     
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    Whew! I thought we had lost you to the point-n-clickers!
     

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