IT departments are responsible for managing and controlling access to an ever-growing inventory of on-site and off-site servers, computers and devices. Yet relying on multiple remote connection tools and password managers is inefficient, frustrating and unsecure. Instead of being treated to streamlined clarity, IT pros, sysadmins and help desk technicians struggle with ongoing chaos. The solution is to centralize remote connection technologies, remote machine data, password management, and access control on a platform that is secure, scalable, and refreshingly simple to use.
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 robust mobile apps to complement desktop clients for Windows and Mac, RDM is a Swiss Army knife for remote access. RDM empowers IT departments to drive security, speed and productivity throughout the organization, while reducing inefficiency, cost and risk.
For individual users who don't need to share remote connections and privileged passwords with other IT professionals.
For MSPs, IT professionals & helpdesk technicians who need to share remote connections and privileged passwords with other team members.
Securely centralize, manage and launch all your remote connections from a single platform.
Store all your passwords and credentials in a secure and centralized vault or use existing password manager, such as KeePass and many others.
Protect your connections from various security attacks and insider threats using a granular protection access control.
Fully integrated features for teams, allowing easy sharing and user administration.
Ease the administrative burden of managing permissions and accounts. Create templates to simplify management.
Launch highly secured and direct connections to privileged sessions, including remote servers, virtual machines and other critical assets.
Supports the most extensive list of technologies, including RDP, SSH, VPNs, Web, VNC, Telnet, ICA/HDX, ARD, TeamViewer, ConnectWise Control and LogMeIn.
Store all your passwords and credentials in a secure repository. Login everywhere using Devolutions Web Login.
Securely manage and share administrative passwords throughout your organization.
Credentials are brokered on behalf of the user when launching a connection, preventing the user from ever knowing the credentials.
Granular protection access control. All restrictions are predefined and enforced by a role-based access control.
Supports a large number of data sources allowing for easy database sharing, such as SQL Server, MariaDB, Devolutions Password Server and many more.
Store and organize entries in an unlimited number of repositories to easily manage massive numbers of entries, documents and other sensitive data.
Launch sessions, manage your desktops and servers and retrieve passwords on the go with the mobile application.
Access and launch your sessions even when there is no internet connectivity. The offline is a writable copy of your database that is as secure as the online version.
Monitor, verify and analyze the time spent by a user on a specific client or a machine for audit purposes.
Record the information about when, what and who performed an action on a session. Monitor all opened sessions for all users.
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Remote Desktop Manager is one of the most feature-rich remote management tools I know. Aside from helping you organize your Remote Desktop connections, it supports a plethora of protocols and even allows you to administer virtualization solutions and cloud environments.Microsoft MVP - Founder and editor of 4sysops.com
Remote Desktop Manager is extremely useful in my day to day work, making connecting to servers and services extremely easy across a wide variety of customer environments and connection types.Vice President of Technology Services at PC Help Services, Inc
Remote Desktop Manager is so much more than a tool for RDP. It's very robust in all that it can do and once you start using it, you'll never turn back. It's my go to tool for all my remote connectivity needs: RDP, iLo/iDRAC, SSH, VI Client, etc...VCP, Systems Engineer