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30% off Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise (1 year subscription) $139.99 USD (~$205 AUD) @ Devolutions


Normally $199 USD (1 year). Not the cheapest it's been. It might be worthwhile waiting for Sysadmin day (July 31) where it could be priced at 50% off, again. The USD/AUD FX rate hurts a bit, but I use this software daily for my work and it's paid for itself many, many times.

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.

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  • +1

    Great tool, definitely worth the money if you have more than a few of machines/devices to manage.

    Though the price seems to be creeping up - when I've got my initial license a few years ago, full price was USD $150.

    Worth noting that annual renewals are 50% of the current full price (so ~ USD $100 now).

  • -1

    The history drop down box on mstsc.exe works perfectly for me and is free…

    • -1

      Yeah, not sure of the sell here.

    • Yeah I used to use this tool back in the day and it was great, but you have to have the need for it.
      If you are simply managing a handful of machines yourself, than it’s probably like shooting a fly with a bazooka.
      If you manage a bunch of machines, on different networks, all with they’re own vpns and your in a team than a tool like this is amazing an you’ll never go back, unless your needs change of course.

    • +2

      It depends on what you do - if you're just remoting in to a few computers here and there you likely don't need it, but manage a decent number of servers and it's excellent. It doesn't just do RDP either, it lets you set up connections for your ILO/iDrac, VMWare/HyperV managers, connect to a specific VPN before connecting to a host (and vary it based on other details, eg connect only if you can't ping it or similar) and heaps of other things that would be manual if you just use mstsc. Yes mstsc is free, but like with a lot of things this expands on that, for those that need it.

    • We manage thousands of clients and hundreds of thousand devices using this, try doing that with RDP history.

  • Iperius Remote is free private/business
    Remote Utilities free for upto 10 remote devices private/business
    remotePC $6.95 for upto 10 pc first year

    If you are using windows inbuilt RDP then read below:

  • This looks cool one stop shop for aggregating all the things, now I just need to find an alternative to teamviewer

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