Best Tool for Managing Remote Connections

I use Remote Desktop Manager for quick access to all the servers in my environment.  I also keep track of file shares, FTP connections, and I document important information about servers.  The standard version is free and is full featured for typical use.  The full version supports using it with multiple users and turns on some additional features.

I save the username and domain for each remote desktop session.  I also appreciate the Smart Sizing of remote desktop sessions.  This allows me to resize the window for remote desktop sessions without forcing full screen to see everything in one window.

I mainly appreciate that while quickly documenting my servers with the “More” tab, I am also creating a quick way to connect to all my servers regardless of what technology I use to connect to them.

Remote Connection Types Supported:

  • Remote Desktop
  • Teamviewer
  • VNC
  • Putty
  • LogMeIn
  • Remote Desktop Assistance
  • Citrix
  • Dameware
  • pcAnywhere
  • Telnet
  • VPN Settings (Connects to VPN before initiates secondary connection)
  • Filezilla Sessions
  • OpenVPN
  • SonicWall
  • MySQL
  • VMWare Console
  • Hyper-v Console
  • … more


Remote Desktop Manager

Remote Desktop Manager


Remote Desktop Manager

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