Remote Desktop Manager Reviews

Best Windows RDM!

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I used to be an avid supporter of MobaXterm and others, but RDM completely changed my life in managing a large infrastructure. If you ever wanted to be able to do virtually anything across a large number of systems, RDM is the swiss army knife of remote desktop managers. It supports everything! AutoHotKey.. AutoIT, and just.. everything! Get it right meow!

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RDP The Best out there !

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well , as the title says Remote desktop manager is easy to use from any platform Windows mac android linux , if you need a software to manage a bulk of computers with any remote protocol SSH RDP .. RDM is the one you need ! with a fully customization of your work-space it makes life easy for sysadmins !

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Great Software!

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If you're managing servers and haven't tried this yet you're missing out.

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For admins, this is a life saver as it centralizes a lot of settings with role based security.

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The best tool for admin IT assets with high security

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RDM is one of the best products out there, if you use Microsoft Remote Desktop Manager, this RDM is like on steroids!

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If you need a tool to replace your currently tools, each with a feature, for example, one with passwords,other with Windows servers connections, other with ssh, other to vnc connections, and collect logs to audit everything, by one that have all of these plus automate some script that you need to run every time you log into the server, that's the tool. You may even link credentials to a server or a group of servers, may audit everything in a single console, may user groups to limit what some people may have access, plus lots of stuff which is included. Amazing!

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In my 25 years in IT I have used many remote access/management tools. Some were plain horrible ( refresh delay ) and others were horribly complicated.
With RDM you get a clean looking remote desktop management tool where you will keep on discovering new features every time you use it.

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Best RDP Manager I ever tried on Windows and Mac.

Works also on Mac and Mac alternatives are pretty slim so it stands out a lot in that category.

Their Password Manager would need a bit of work though, the UI is way too complex for what it do and integration is not the best with browsers.

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Great tool for daily sysadmin work. Helps manage remote desktop connections and diferent sets and credentials. Integration with KeePass is a killer feature, now I only have to manage my passwords there and you these in RDM

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Switched from mRemoteNG, RDM has additional options, not implemented in any other similar software. The most useful for is KeePass integration

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IMO the best application for remote administration. In one place you can organize ane manage all your connections (ssh, rdp, vnc, telnet, www, etc). Configuration can be stored on free cloud drive, so it can be easily accessible from any device (also android or ios).

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This is the best Remote Desktop app available. Feature like password vault, the t abbed interface, ablt to oragnize connections into folders / sub folders and set different icons for each are awesome

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