LiteManager Free allows you to control one computer from another. In the window you see the desktop of the remote computer and can manage them with the mouse and keyboard. The program consists of two parts: the client module LiteManager Viewer installed on the administrator's computer and the server module LiteManager Server installed on remote computers. To add a new connection in the list LiteManager Viewer only need to specify its IP address and can connect to the type specified when installing LiteManager Server password. Interface of the program is as user-friendly as possible. You can reposition panels the way you like, while the most important elements are positioned separately and are easily accessible. The list of remote computers can be displayed in different styles: as thumbnails that can be zoomed, as regular icons or as a table. Different computers will be displayed differently depending on their status: a computer that is off will be displayed in the Online status, if no ROM Server is running or installed on the remote computer, the status will be Not Found, in case a connection is not authorized on the server, the icon will have the Locked status. LiteManager Free allows you to get reliable information about the current status of the computer and about what is going on on it at the moment. You will easily learn how to use the interface and realize how comfortable and easy to use LiteManager Free is after you work with it for a while.
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"Good piece of software!"
Version: LiteManager Free 4.2.1
Free, resolution choices of full screen, stretched and windowed, fairly easy setup, no nag screens or adds, file transfer, buttons for show down, ctrl-alt-del, task manager and a few others and other functions
I can't see any so far. I have been using it for a few hours but everything works out.
I have tried, teamviewer (good but after 10 remotes you some problems), VNC is a little hard to configure but not bad however is a bit unstable and dropped out for me occasionally. Tried Win Remote but they wanted access to my twitter and facebook account to advertise or tweet. I tried another that did not load prior to the login prior to the login screen so that was a problem if you needed a reboot. Another did not let you hide the tray icon. Another would not auto start (unless you placed it in the start button). Yet other would not protect the setting from prying users. tried quite a few of them but this one is the best one so far. I did notice on one the viewer side that it has a license manager and that it displays a message of "30 free keys" so it appear to have a limitation. I rather do away with some of the other functions than be limited on the number of connections but I least I have not where close to that number of PC's.
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