What is Remote Administrator Control?
Remote Administrator Control is designed for connection to a remote computer where you can work fully as if working on a local computer. You can connect through Internet/Intranet network with the TCP/IP protocol.
You can also connect to computers without public or static IP addresses using VPC (Virtual Private Connection).
The connection can be done through the integrated HTTP tunnel if your work computer is limited to viewing internet sites only, so that you could remotely control your home computer from work and the other way around.
The RAC is made of: RAC ClientRAC Client The client displays all the activity that is being done on the remote computer, and you can fully control the remote computer with your keyboard and mouse or only view. For remote computer control there are some displays modes available: full screen, 15-200% display. During the time of controlling the remote computer you may record all your activities to video files. Using the client you may connect to several remote computers at once. The data transfer between the client and server is secure, all data frames are encoded.
RAC ServerRAC Server The server runs on the remote computer, waiting for requests from client. You can connect more users to the server. The server can run as a system service under the Windows® to enable remote log on to system. RAC Server is shareware you can test the fully functional version during the 30-day trial period. After the trial period expires you may use without any charge the redirect service and HTTP tunnel server with the possibility of tunneling TCP or UDP ports. more
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