Remote Desktop Manager Free Edition Review
Being able to quickly connect and manage the machines and devices under his or her responsibility is essential to the duties of any network admin. In more complex networks, there may be multiple domains, tens or hundreds of routers/switches/appliances that are routinely telnet/SSHed into, plus hundreds of Windows and *Nix systems that must be logged into on a regular basis.
Network admins who maintain Citrix XenApp or Microsoft RDS session host servers deal with this scenario daily. Even Windows administrators who do not have full Remote Desktop Services deployments still use Remote Desktop Services for simple administration of their servers – not everyone is a PowerShell wizard. Managing all of these credentials and connection preferences can get very tricky. Yes, some of us still have a folder full of RDP files, but fortunately, there is a much easier way to maintain all of this information.
Solve your RDS/Citrix connection management woes with Remote Desktop Manager Free Edition
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