Remote Desktop Manager

Remote Desktop Manager

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Remote Desktop Manager

Overview

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Remote Desktop Manager Review

2 out of 10
March 26, 2022
Between Windows, Unix, VMware, etc., there are numerous server types to connect to from my client PC. I've searched for many years for a …
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Popular Features

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  • Centralized management dashboard (35)
    8.6
    86%
  • Multi-platform remote control (35)
    8.2
    82%
  • Over-the-Internet remote session (38)
    8.1
    81%
  • Remote management of servers & workstations (42)
    8.1
    81%

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Pricing

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Single User Subscribtion

$249.99

On Premise
per year

Site

$5999.99

On Premise
per year

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On Premise
Unlimited Users, Multiple Sites, Single Country

Entry-level set up fee?

  • No setup fee
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Offerings

  • Free Trial
  • Free/Freemium Version
  • Premium Consulting / Integration Services

Starting price (does not include set up fee)

  • $249.99 per year

Features Scorecard

Remote Administration

8.3
83%

Product Details

What is Remote Desktop Manager?

Remote Desktop Manager (RDM) centralizes all remote connections on a single platform that is securely shared between users and across the entire team. With support for hundreds of integrated technologies — including multiple protocols and VPNs — along with built-in enterprise-grade password management tools, global and granular-level access controls, and mobile apps to complement desktop clients for Windows and Mac, RDM is presented as a Swiss Army knife for remote access. RDM is built to enable IT departments to drive security, speed and productivity throughout the organization, while reducing inefficiency, cost and risk.

Remote Desktop Manager Features

Remote Administration Features

  • Supported: Screen sharing
  • Supported: File transfer
  • Supported: Secure remote access with Smart Card authentication
  • Supported: Over-the-Internet remote session
  • Supported: Initiate remote control from mobile
  • Supported: Remote management of servers & workstations
  • Supported: Remote Active Directory® management
  • Supported: Centralized management dashboard
  • Supported: Session record
  • Supported: Annotations
  • Supported: Monitoring and Alerts
  • Supported: Multi-platform remote control

Remote Desktop Manager Screenshots

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Remote Desktop Manager Integrations

Remote Desktop Manager Competitors

Remote Desktop Manager Customer Size Distribution

Consumers15%
Small Businesses (1-50 employees)25%
Mid-Size Companies (51-500 employees)50%
Enterprises (more than 500 employees)10%

Remote Desktop Manager Technical Details

Deployment TypesOn-premise
Operating SystemsWindows, Linux, Mac
Mobile ApplicationApple iOS, Android
Supported CountriesWorldwide

Frequently Asked Questions

Remote Desktop Manager (RDM) from Canadian software company Devolutions is a remote administration and credential management tool for securely centralizing multiple remote connections and sensitive data.

Remote Desktop Manager starts at $249.99.

ASG-Remote Desktop, mRemoteNG, and Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Manager (RDCMan) are common alternatives for Remote Desktop Manager.

Reviewers rate Secure remote access with Smart Card authentication highest, with a score of 9.1.

The most common users of Remote Desktop Manager are from Mid-sized Companies (51-1,000 employees) and the Information Technology & Services industry.

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Reviews and Ratings

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Score 10 out of 10
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From a multi-user perspective, we felt Remote Desktop Manager outperformed mRemoteNG and RDCMan as both of those tools required we copy/share their datafiles to keep everyone up to date.
Score 2 out of 10
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  • Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Manager (RDCMan)
Being a mostly Microsoft shop, RDCMan is the standard method of connecting and managing Windows servers. It knows its job and does it well. It's rare that I experience problems with the app. Unfortunately, I can't say the same about Devolutions' product. Devolutions' Remote Desktop Manager took long to setup and never quite worked exactly as it needed to in order to be a threat to Microsoft's RDCMan.
Score 10 out of 10
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I could detail what each one does, better or worst than Remote Desktop Manager, but the main thing is, RDM (Remote Desktop Manager) does everything other tools do, faster and more integrated than others. And still saves credentials that could be used by one or more connections, in a better way than other tools.
Nick Von Ogden | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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  1. 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
  2. The extensions, add-ons, and features of RDM. You simply can do a lot more.
  3. Automation - There's additional things you can do that help automate your workday to make things easier
  4. The interface - It's easier to navigate and deal with multiple sessions at a time.
Score 9 out of 10
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  • Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection Manager (RDCMan)
RDCMan is the only other similar tool I've used (outside of Windows Remote Desktop Connection). Remote Desktop Manager is more stable, easy to use, and has many, many more features than RDCMan. RDSMan feels very outdated compared to Remote Desktop Manager, and I could never go back to using RDCMan at this point.
Chris Reddy | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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Remote Desktop Manager was the best product and most useful when compared to the others we used/tested. There are so many more features available within the product, as well as a low entry point from a cost perspective. None of the other products met our needs fully.
Score 10 out of 10
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When it comes to competition, none come close purely because I can do everything I need to in just the one application, whereas before I discovered Devolution's Remote Desktop Manager I'd have to use several.
Score 9 out of 10
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Remote Desktop Manager does everything that LogMeIn does and much more. It accesses more systems than LogMeIn can and it cost way less than LogMeIn does. It is a win-win situation. Logmein does the connecting from the web but sometimes you don't want that overhead because you connect to systems all the time and Remote Desktop Manager does that.
Simon David Williams | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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We chose Remote Desktop Manager because it is a full solution to run multiple endpoints in different technology
Edwin Eekelaers | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Compared to VNC Remote Desktop Manager is like comparing a Citroën 2CV to a Ferrari. There's no comparison possible as they are totally different. VNC is just a remote tool and RDM has so many more features.
Benjamin Beckwith | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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The best part I love is that you can save the database of connections to a secure cloud database and then access this from any machine. you don't have to worry about saving details on a USB drive that can get lost or corrupted. You can layout in the RDManager in folders of the servers and computers you have access to and the different ways of connecting eg, RDP, iLo, CMIC, web etc
Thomas Higgins | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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For the first 3, they are good connection managers, but they didn't track credentials across all the different connection types required. I needed Putty for SSH, RDPMan for RDP connections, and other tools for their connections. Moreover, many didn't support tabbed or multi-connection interfaces, making it difficult to have a couple of server connections open at the same time. As for the others, the credential management is nice because it auto fills the space based on the connection type, and isn't tied only to a website, nor does it require me to cut and paste, exposing credentials to the clipboard, or forcing me to retype them into the appropriate fields. Moreover, for the last 2 in particular, I was able to use them as a credential store and access them using RDM so as to not invalidate my use of them, and actually extending their value in each company where it is/was used.
December 11, 2017

Best RDP Manager!!

Marc-Olivier Turgeon-Ferland | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
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  • Microsoft RDP, Microsoft RDP for Mac and Jump Desktop
RDM is the only tool offering folder organization, inheritance AND, most importantly, entry sharing between colleagues.

It is also the only tool to offer sahred Cloud storage for those entry, Jump Desktop offers to use Cloud storage but only with third party Cloud Storage provider like Google Drive, OneDrive, DropBox, etc.

Finally, if you have a team using a mix of Windows and Mac like we do, it is the only solution offering entry sharing between Mac and Windows that I know of.