Reviews (1-3 of 3)
June 06, 2019
Score 10 out of 10
We use this for our DevOps team. This allows us to connect to the multiple servers throughout our infrastructure, with any changes to the connections or credentials being super easy to manage with the inheritance capability of the configuration.
- Use a single set of saved credentials across multiple servers.
- Organization of saved connections.
- Provides the ability to share a subset of connection information with other personnel.
- Honestly, no complaints, given our usage.
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If multiple sets of credentials and User Directories are involved across the servers you're connecting to, this is a huge help in organizing them all and managing changes over time. Having multiple concurrent server connections in tabs instead of separate windows is also much more convenient. While we're only using RDP, there are multiple connection methods to facilitate a mixed environment.
March 20, 2017
Score 10 out of 10
This is a very organized way to have all your remote desktop connections available in a snap. Organizing them into groups per client or unit makes it very easy and with saved credentials you are seconds away form remoting into a server or workstation. Love this product!
- Organize remote desktop connections
- Provide easy and fast connections
- Backup and restore configurations
- Can be overly complicated at first, but you can add into the features as you build your organization skills
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Best for users that have many desktops or servers they need to login to. Great in my environment of multiple clients and the need for fast login and resolution of their issue. If you have a large infrastructure or multiple clients, this is a product you need!
It is used by the IT department. Used to remote into servers and sort them into logical groups.
- It saves your credentials so that you may log into any server with just a click.
- It allows you to save layouts (groups of computers you can open simultaneously).
- It allows you to sort computers into logical groups in the left-hand pane.
- I'd like to be able to tag computers by criteria (ie location, function, etc) then be able to sort them in the left-hand pane.
Read Steve P's full review
It works very well if you just want to enter your credentials once and then open groups of computers.
ASG-Remote Desktop Scorecard Summary
Feature Scorecard Summary
What is ASG-Remote Desktop?
ASG-Remote Desktop is a tool for administrative access to remote computers via central console.
It integrates a large variety of connection protocols, allowing administrators to manage Windows,
Citrix, Linux/UNIX- and Macintosh systems from a central console.
- Single-user mode or multi-user mode with central database (offline mode available with sync)
- Extensive configuration of administrative permissions in database mode
- Manage Windows, Citrix, Linux/ Unix, Macintosh and browser-based systems
- Available protocols include RDP, ICA, VNC, SSH, Telnet and HTTP/S
- Use Powershell and command line arguments for automation
- Strong encryption used on all critical data
- Synchronization of server objects from Active Directory or VMware ESX
- Integrate external applications
- Plugin support for external Password Managers
- Support for basic or form-based authentication through different browser engines
- Remote administration also via USB – for mobile use without any installation
Categories: Remote Desktop
ASG-Remote Desktop Screenshots
ASG-Remote Desktop Downloadables
ASG-Remote Desktop Integrations
KeePass 2.x, Thycotic Secret Server, Team Password Manager, Pleasant Passwor Server, Password Safe
ASG-Remote Desktop Competitors
ASG-Remote Desktop Pricing
- Has featureFree Trial Available?Yes
- Has featureFree or Freemium Version Available?Yes
- Does not have featurePremium Consulting/Integration Services Available?No
- Entry-level set up fee?No
ASG-Remote Desktop Support Options
|Free Version||Paid Version|
|Video Tutorials / Webinar|
ASG-Remote Desktop Technical Details
|Supported Languages:||English, German|