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Steam Game Server Status Monitor (or SGSSM) is an innovative tool for Steam game server administrators. This utility allows users to keep an eye on a server remotely, in a small, conveniently designed window. Server statistics are displayed in real-time, and at an interval of your choosing. SGSSM can also function in the background. When minimized, the software moves itself into the system tray to save valuable desktop and taskbar space, all the while using sound cues to indicate the status of the specified server.SGSSM also provides complete game joining and RCON client abilities. The joining mechanism auto-detects the server's game or modification, and connects the Steam client accordingly. If a server is locked and no password has been previously specified, SGSSM will request one prior to joining. The RCON client supports all known RCON commands, as well as logaddress recognition, in which server logs may be redirected to a specific IP address for remote logging. These logs can then be displayed in the Remote Console window.Please be aware that SGSSM isn't a server browsing utility. It is an independent software application which specializes in individual server monitoring for Steam Powered game servers.Notes: Version 2 and above now supports the Half-Life 2 and Counter-Strike: Source communication protocols. Both server monitoring and RCON capabilities are now available for both of these Steam games. Undocumented command line options include: -monitor , and -rcon .Important Information: This application has not be created, nor is supported by Valve. Steam, the Steam logo, and Valve are all trademarks and/or registered trademarks of the Valve Corporation. This software is developed by Prime Element Creations.Requirements: Windows 98/ME/2000/XP, Pentium 3 or greater processor, 11MB of ram.