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If you have lots of servers to manage, lots of credentials, different protocols, documents, other files, and need a single tool to manage it, this is the tool. Active Directory integrated, user and groups permissions, audit everything, keep data in encrypted files or in a database, customize everything, even the installer,
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If you just want to connect to the server and do work (like Linux server-workstation type), NoMachine Enterprise Desktop is great, except for the keyboard mapping issue, which you have to correct in a setup of the remote server (almost) every time you log on. The graphics are smooth and fast. Overall response speed is very good, too. I like it.
Read full review Pros Customer service delivery, whereby you can connect to clients to assist and resolve an incident. Working from home logging onto office based machine. It helps to attend to a problem more quickly, thereby saving the cost of relocation and commuting to distant places. Speed and cost elements are critical here. Read full review Secure connection Fast response over internet Really look like you are sitting in front of the machine you are connecting. Read full review Cons I would like to see advanced auditing in the Devolution's drive data source like there are in some of the others. But that's just something I'd like to see, it doesn't hinder my using the app. I would love to see even more addons available from even more software and service developers, but again the addon manager is great already so it's not a hindrance what so ever. Read full review Keyboard mapping between client and host is often screwed up. Cut and paste between client and host is not convenient Would be nice if there was a function of simple file transfer between client and host Read full review Likelihood to Renew
I've been using RDM for about 10 years now. I started with the free version, which I used for a few years, and eventually switched to the Enterprise version. I can never go back now! I use this tool for everything and cannot see doing my job without it! Whenever we have someone new come in or bring in a vendor/contractor, they always ask me what RDP tool I'm using. Once I explain about it's features and all, they're usually instantly sold on it. :)
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I use this tool for almost everything in my day to day job. I launch the VMware VI Client from RDM. I launch vSphere Web Client Sessions from RDM. I RDP from RDM. Access Dell iDRAC and HP iLO via RDM, as well as Cisco UCS Manager and iKVM. I have saved SSH Sessions to my VMware hosts. I have URLs saved to get to things like IPAM, etc
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I've never had to use support as I've never had an issue. That said, you can open a support ticket right from the UI. The user forums are active, and there are thousands of threads covering many topics. Very easy to get support if needed. This is an easy ten.
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I haven't consulted with customer support, so I don't have an opinion. However, from the usefulness of the product, I think the support is also good
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The implementation was completely successful. We had no issues!
Read full review Alternatives Considered The types of sessions. You are not limited to just RDP sessions, you can do SSH, Web Browser, iLO, or really any session you can imagine that you might use to connect to a remote service The extensions, add-ons, and features of RDM. You simply can do a lot more. Automation - There's additional things you can do that help automate your workday to make things easier The interface - It's easier to navigate and deal with multiple sessions at a time. Read full review
Again, the NoMachine is a real virtual terminal, and you don't need to install another Linux on your machine to fully exploit the X-terminal function. This makes the disk and memory usage of the client minimum. No issue on the screen. It is really good.
Read full review Return on Investment A common place for storage for all users. Instead of employees using multiple different password management systems, they all use Remote Desktop Manager to store them now. We don't have to buy licenses from multiple vendors when everyone uses Remote Desktop Manager. Read full review It makes the access to server much easier and convenient Connection is very stable, which makes works very efficient I don't need to reboot my Windows PC to switch to Linux in order to fully exploit the working environment of the server. No negative impact Read full review ScreenShots Remote Desktop Manager Screenshots