I know what you’re probably thinking: “Tim, are you gonna try to sell me on a third-party free RDP client? I’m just fine with my existing tools, thank you very much!” Not so fast! Check out Remote Desktop Manager 11 first!
Last year, I reviewed Remote Desktop Manager 10, a mighty remote management tool. A couple of weeks ago, the maker of Remote Desktop Manager (RDM) introduced Devolutions Cloud, a collection of online services that allow you to sync RDM settings and deploy RDM in the enterprise. In this post, I will focus on the syncing features.
Remote Desktop Manager 10 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.
Now that you have created the virtual network and virtual machines in Microsoft Azure, it’s about time to begin configuring the virtual machines themselves. In this part, we’ll configure server DC1 as an Active Directory Domain Controller (DC). We’ll also configure an Active Directory Certificate Services Certification Authority (CA).
In this post, I will introduce some of the tools that I use on my iPad for system administration tasks. I will discuss a few remote access apps, monitoring apps, and basic utilities.
Remote Desktop Manager Standard by Devolutions is a free, powerful and easy to use remote desktop client that supports RDP, ICA, VNC, SSH and many more protocols.
- Devolutions released Remote Desktop Manager version 10.5. You can download it here. Devolutions now...