Remote Desktop Commander Features:
Review historical trend reports based on data collected by Remote Desktop Reporter.
Use dashboards that show the performance impact of different users and applications on your servers.
Search for specific types of activity that take place in user sessions, such as network (TCP/UDP) activity, applications run, websites visited, etc, and then review the recorded session(s).
Do a “deep dive” into recorded user sessions for problem root cause and analysis.
Review playbacks of user session recording screenshots.
Track licensing by named RDS/XenApp user, concurrent RDS/XenApp user, users running specific software (concurrent or named count), and for MSPs subject to SPLA/CSP license reporting, track RDS, Office, and other per-user SALs.
Review real time and previously recorded connection quality metrics for troubleshooting purposes, such as client to server round trip latency, error rates, packet loss rates, etc.
Conduct user activity monitoring and reporting on a per hour, per day, or per week basis, as well as audit user productivity (idle/active time).
Run over 80 reports on collected RDS/XenApp/Horizon View session data on demand, or schedule them on a recurring basis as needed.
Automatic correlation and geolocation of RDP logins / login failures, whether on RDS session hosts, Remote Desktop Gateway servers, or both. A full, interactive map and dashboard shows you where users are logging in from, as well as from where RDP hack attempts originate. Create and schedule six unique reports that track this information.
Authenticate against non-trusting domains and workgroups using cached, encrypted alternate credentials to manage and monitor your distributed collections and farms.
And, just as with Remote Desktop Commander Lite, you have an effective TSAdmin replacement that can actively manage and monitor sessions currently in use in your Windows 2008, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016, or Windows Server 2019 terminal server farm.... More Info »