Remote Desktop Manager lets you centralize all your remote connections, passwords and credentials into a unique platform that people love to work with. Join over 200,000 users in more than 95 countries who enjoy Remote Desktop Manager. Drive security, speed and productivity through your organization while reducing risks for your IT. Our integrated technologies include the following: Microsoft Remote Desktop (RDP), Telnet, SSH, VNC, Citrix (ICA / HDX), web (http/https), LogMeIn, TeamViewer, VPN, Ftp/FTPS/SFTP.
Session management, credential management, app management via powershell, sql or online back end, tracking users, tracking equipment... the list just goes on and on.
Importing can sometimes be a little hard, but way easier than any other product.
I don't know how I'd live without it. To see this as a way to manage sessions for your team is a given... when you start to realize the power you have to manage sessions for EVERYONE, bingo. Not only are my sessions managed and safe, so are my user's sessions. I can keep track of what they're doing, my inventory, and myriad other things. There's so much power in this software... you end up creating uses for it.
- Central database for all your sessions and credentials
- Share with your team using Roles and Groups
- Can connect any kind of remote session (from SSH to RDP,...)
- Multi-Platform, including Mobile
- Great Tabs view
- Many tools, like running command to multiple servers or get inventory
The cloud version is a little expansive
Been using Remote Desktop Manager for a while, and I have to say that it helps me a lot. I spend most of my day to day times in Remote Desktop Manager for deployment, maintenance and troubleshooting of my servers and devices. I use it to keep my SSH session to my switch, VNC to linux servers and RDP to my Windows computer. It is so helpful everyday.
There are so many pros for this tool in my book. It can do way more than just RDP, it can do SSH, FTP, URLs, VNC, VMware Workstation/Player, VMware Console, VMware vSphere Client, the list goes on and on. The credential manager is also a fantastic feature. I can have one credential assigned to hundreds of entries and only have to change the PW in one place when I update my PW!
I can't think of many cons with this tool. It merges several tools into one for ease of use, etc. Also, if you have a feature request, just reach out to them and they are very responsive to help you work around the issue you're having, or will work on implementing your suggestion!
In summary, I use RDM on a daily basis, usually throughout the day. It helps me complete my work in a quicker, easier manner and enables me to get more done in a day.