Recently moved to Halo, it works well for us!
Seems pretty customisable and there support on hand for help setting it up. They seem very responsive to suggestions and requests.
Currently we use PDQ Inventory & PDQ Deploy to cover most 3rd party patches, which is excellent.
We're after another piece of software to scan for missing updates etc. Have been using LanGuard, but find it pretty lacking in terms of scanning.
Any other recommendations?
~300 clients, 35 servers.
How many ports do you need?
Do you want any PoE ports? This is so you can provide data and power through one network cable to a device. IE for a wireless access point, CCTV camera, IP phone, amongst other devices.
Make sure there's only one cable between each switch and router.
IE, don't connect multiple ports between the devices. This will create a network storm.
Also, try replacing network cables. Could be a damaged one.
Total playtime is probably 25-40 mins, but man this has one of the scariest chase scenes ever.
Uses the Unreal engine, so it has familiar physics etc, has some Portal style tasks to progress through the level.
£3.99 on Steam
I only know it's broken from seeing a Youtube comment, then looking at a video and comparing the screen to mine, the tyres in the video I saw said 'D' next to them, mine were CH.
Can only assume they'll fix it soon :)
Yeah it's got that good feeling to it. Some of the newer games, they were basically throwing GTR at you on day 1 and you could just slam any race. In this, it's drip feeding you cars that should perform well but may need better tyres / upgrades :)
Made this Mr Bean car and it does just...