UI Customization: Windows IT Pro Review Follow-Up Part 2

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Hello community!

A few weeks ago, Russell Smith from Windows IT Pro magazine posted a very insightful full review of RDM. (It’s here in case you missed it: http://www.windowsitpro.com/article/remote-computing/devolutions-remote-desktop-manager-145047.)
While Russell said some really nice things about RDM, he also highlighted two areas where he thought improvements could be made:
1.Better/more documentation
2.UI might be too cluttered for some users

Documentation

In a recent blog, our product manager Maurice explained how we’re addressing this. For starters, we’re updating our complete online help library (this is a process we started last year when we launched RDM 8.0). Plus, Maurice has created a great new Best Practice section, which includes an RDM Quick Start guide and RDM Tips & Tricks. To learn more about the documentation-related fun that Maurice has been up to, please read Windows IT Pro Review Follow-Up Part 1: Documentation.

User interface

Remote Desktop Manager  8.1 User Interface


Russell reviewed RDM 7.6, and not RDM 8.0 or the even more-recent RDM 8.1. If Russell had taken RDM 8.0/8.1 for a spin, he would have seen the completely new and redesigned UI, and we humbly think that he’d be impressed. The new UI is fully customizable, which means that users can make it as cluttered or non-cluttered as they wish!

I asked Maurice if he’d put together a brief 5-minute demo on how to fully customize the RDM dashboard, and being the great team member that he is, he agreed. You’ll learn how to hide menus, configure and resize windows, dock and undock panes…and more. Thanks Maurice!

 

Check out the video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RXYp1u0t9hk.

Request a demo

If you have any comments or questions, or if you’d like to see a live demo about anything else related to the RDM suite (EnterpriseOnlineServer) or Password Vault Manager, please feel free to send me an email at mtrottier@devolutions.net

Thanks!
About the Author

Max Trottier

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Maxime has extensive experience in product management, communication and advertising, and has spent the last several years helping renowned organizations bring their high-end solutions to customers worldwide. As Director of Marketing, Maxime leads Devolutions’ international market research and development efforts, along with customer relations and overall business development. He’s driven to bring innovative and cutting-edge solutions to Devolutions’ customers around the globe. Maxime earned his Bachelor degree in Business Administration from the University of Québec at Trois-Rivières, and regularly attends sales and marketing workshops to increase his knowledge and expertise.

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