In another life I worked at a bank.
We had a bunch of terminal servers – all of them packed with users.
Throughout the day I would get a call like this: “My teller program is stuck, can you help me?”
This buggy teller app would freeze up and no matter how much they tried to log on or log off, it would still be running in the terminal session.
Worse yet, because they logged on and off so many times they had frozen sessions running across all the terminal servers.
To fix it I would open the Microsoft Terminal Server management console, and then work my way through each server, then find the user, and then find the process that I needed to kill. A huge time sink.
That is the beauty of our new Remote Desktop Manager. It makes it a breeze to manage one, or 100 terminal servers.
You simply pick the machines you want to manage, enter your credentials, and then press start.
Then, it pulls information from all the servers and organizes it so you can quickly get your task done.
Need to find a process that might be running on multiple servers, under multiple sessions?
Switch the view to group by process, and you can kill it in a few clicks:
No scrolling around looking for it either, just start typing in the search bar above it and it instantly filters the view:
Got an upgrade you are going to install tonight, and need everyone to get out?
Don’t waste time calling around to all your branches and remote sites – just send a message to everyone:
Want to logoff a user on all terminal servers?
No problem, just sort by user, and log them off with two clicks:
This free tool is a technology preview of the next version of Network Administrator. This functionality, and much more will be included in the next version.
If you purchase now, you will receive a free upgrade when it is released:
The Remote Desktop Management tool is free for personal and commercial use, and as always – no spyware or adware, only freeware goodness.
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