There are lots of remote administration solutions out there. If you want to easily control computers outside your network, it always includes an annoying monthly fee.
It is understandable. Someone needs to run those servers, maintain them, and hide the complexity from you.
You are different. You are smart enough to run your own server. Heck, the up-time of your machines is better than most of the big services out there.
Why can’t there be a solution that lets *you* control the system, and have the sensitive traffic go through your servers – and not some machine up in the cloud?
We have the answer. It is our self hosted Remote Control Enterprise edition.
I am excited to tell you how it can save you time, and make your job easier.
Access From Anywhere
Once you add a computer to the system, you can easily access it from anywhere using a web browser.
Need to work on a machine in the design department from your house? No problem – it is just a few clicks away:
Easily handle support requests
Ever get a support call from a customer, client or co-worker and wish you could see what is on their computer, but they don’t have any software installed that can make it happen?
With the new support request feature you can easily get access to their computer quickly:
The remote user installs a simple helper application that makes it all happen. When you disconnect, it will automatically remove itself from their system.
Monitor users without them knowing
It is bound to happen when working in IT. You get a request to monitor a user because management suspects they are doing something wrong on their computer. With the new “Watch” mode you can monitor a computer without alerting the remote user
The viewer will turn red, so you can easily tell when you are in watch mode.
Best of all, access to this sensitive feature can be tightly controlled with the integrated security policies
Remote Desktop and Terminal Server support from Windows XP through Windows 2012
You have a bunch of terminal servers, and then a ton of desktops throughout your network. Now that Microsoft took your best RDP support option away in 2012 (Shadowing), what are you to do?
Enterprise Remote Control can handle it.
You need to support Joel in engineering but you have a problem. His support issue is not on his desktop, but inside a remote desktop session.
To top it off you have 5 terminal servers and have no idea which one he is on.
Instead of digging around trying to find him, you can do it in seconds by just typing his name:
Click on control and you are sharing the RDP session with him.
All communications are encrypted using SSL, and 256 Bit AES. That is just a start. We have added unprecedented control. You can setup user accounts that have limited access to the system.
Need to give Bob in finance access to only three computers on your network? No problem
Want to force all administrators to ask permission before connecting to the president’s computer? Easy.
The licensing is very simple. Per administrator, with an unlimited number of computers. When we say “per administrator” this is concurrent. In other words, if you have 10 administrators but only 3 of them will need to use it at one time – then you only need 3 licenses. That sure beats a monthly fee doesn’t it?
Special pre-order offer
The beta will start next week, and will be ready for download. The server software is compatible with 2003, 2008, and 2012. Smaller networks (Less than 20 computers) can use a Windows XP, or a Windows 7/8 machine.
Pre-order today and you will receive
-A license for the current version of Enterprise remote control
-One year of free maintenance which includes email support, and free upgrades (Usually $99 per administrator)
-$549 Per Administrator, which is $50 off the per administrator price
This is a limited time offer that will only last until the final version is released in July.
60 Day money back guarantee. If you are not satisfied with the product we will return the full amount, no questions asked – really!
Note: The support software allows you to control computers running these versions of Windows:
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