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Enterprise Remote Control

Hi Everyone, We have two remote control products we have been working hard on over this summer. I have neglected to keep everyone updated so I apologize that it has looked like we abandoned the products…on the contrary we have been working very hard on all of our products 🙂 And we have had many […]

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Today we are releasing the next version of our Enterprise Remote Control What is it? Enterprise remote control allows you to remotely control computers that are anywhere on the internet. The server will automatically proxy connections behind a firewall, or NAT device. You can easily connect from the office to a computer at a coffee […]

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This week we put out a new build of Enterprise remote control. The biggest update – the ability to generate MSI setup packages for the agent. This means it is now much easier to distribute it via group policy. Another thing we changed was the idle logoff. Now you can enable or disable it…or change […]

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We have released the final build of Remote Control Enterprise Edition to our website. What is it? It allows you to control computers remotely, as if you were in front of them. Across your network, and across the world. The big change in this version is that almost everything is accessible from an easy to […]

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Today we are releasing the final beta of Enterprise Remote Control. What is it? It is web based remote control that makes it easy to support users over the Internet. Most solutions like this require a monthly fee. It is understandable. Someone needs to run those servers, maintain them, and hide the complexity from you. […]

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We just released Remote Control 5.1. One of the toughest to build (for us), but most interesting additions to this version is the ability to jump into a remote desktop session. What does this mean? Lets say you have a user that is logged into your terminal server, and you need to help them with […]

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