Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise
Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise is designed that will help you handle all of your distant connections and digital machines conveniently, from a single place. An appliance is a great tool for system directors that want to offer fixed help to their prospects and handle a number of community gadgets.This system will not be designed for newbie customers, however, in the event you take the time to learn the way issues work, managing all of your connections turns into each day routine.
Its main advantage is that is supports a wide variety of connections rather than just Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) ones. The program can practically store connections to everything you need, ranging from RDP or other types of remote connections (TeamViewer, LogMeIn, Putty (Telnet, SSH, etc), pcAnywhere, VNC connections, Radmin or Citrix), virtual environments (Windows Virtual PC, Vmware, Azure etc.) to cloud storage applications, FTP servers and websites.
Even more tools and protocols can be added as add-ons. The program is not designed for beginner users, but if you take the time to learn how things work, managing all your connections becomes daily routine.
- Microsoft Remote Desktop (RDP)
- Microsoft Remote Assistance
- VNC (UltraVNC, TightVNC, RealVNC and embedded)
- Team Viewer
- FTP (Explorer, Filezilla, and WinSCP)
- X Window
- Putty (SSH, Telnet, RAW, and login)
- Dameware Mini Remote Control
- Radmin Viewer
- Citrix XenApp (ICA)
- Symantec PC Anywhere
- Microsoft Hyper-V
- Microsoft Virtual PC
- Microsoft Virtual Server
- Microsoft Windows Virtual PC
- Sun VirtualBox
- VMware Player, VMware Workstation, VMware ESXi and VMware vSphere
- Cisco VPN client
- SonicWall Global VPN client
What’s New In Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise?
- Fixed an HDPI crash at startup with the Legacy theme
How to Crack, Activate, or Register Remote Desktop Manager Crack Key?
- Uninstall the Previous Version With IObit Uninstaller
- Turn Off Your Virus Guard
- Install Program & Don’t Run It (If Running Then Quit)
- Use Given Key
Automatic VPN Connection
Remote Desktop Manager natively supports multiple VPN types, such as Microsoft VPN, Cisco VPN, SonicWall VPN, and TheGreenBow VPN. And as a free add-on, it also provides an extensive list of VPNs, such as OpenVPN, Shrewsoft VPN,
To make management simpler, Remote Desktop Manager lets you organize sessions in groups (folders). You can then easily view all sessions within selected groups and subgroups, and find a specific group(s) using the search filter.
Quick Access via Tray Icon Context Menu
Access and manage your connections, View open sessions and Change the active data source. Access local tools such as: the command prompt, registry editor, performance monitor, remote shutdown.