Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise Edition Latest Version of Remote Desktop Manager 7.5 Features Several Additions and Enhancements to Functionality, UI and Security. A Free 30 Day Trial is Available. Devolutions, a growing Canadian-based enterprise software development firm that recently exhibited at Microsoft’s TechEd 2012, has launched version 7.5 of its flagship solution, Remote Desktop Manager. Remote Desktop Manager is relied on by more than 200,000 users in over 80 countries. It empowers users to add, edit, delete, share, organize, find and manage all of their remote connections and virtual machines. They can also access password management and credentials management features, which improve efficiency and reduce risk. This latest update to Remote Desktop Manager is an expression of Devolutions’ commitment to continuously improving its offerings, which currently include Remote Desktop Manager Online, and Remote Desktop Manager Server.  

New features Remote Desktop Manager 7.5 include:

  • ScreenConnect integration
  • Inventory report
  • VMware console with integrated remote control
  • Credential dashboard
  • Session shortcut feature
  • Multi-installation path support for Putty, TeamViewer and Dameware
  • Support for multiple monitors
  • Import PasswordSafe passwords
  • Batch edit MAC addresses
  • Language support for German and Russian

Enhanced features Remote Desktop Manager 7.5 include:

  • Several security enhancements (new security rights, views and access reports
  • Several VPN improvements (VPN routing; Microsoft VPN connect detection)

A word from David

“At Devolutions, while we’re passionate about technology, we don’t lose sight of the principle that Remote Desktop Manager has always been, and will always be, a results-focused business productivity tool,” commented Devolutions’ CEO and founder David Hervieux. “And that’s why whenever we produce an update, such as version 7.5, we ask ourselves: does this make our users’ lives simpler and easier? Does it help them get more done in less time? Is this going to advance their business objectives forward so they can thrive in a competitive marketplace? If the answers to all of these questions are yes’ then we move forward with the update. If not, we don’t.”  


Users can enjoy a free 30 day trial of Remote Desktop Manager 7.5. Those who wish to continue after their trial period expires can download the free Standard edition, or upgrade to the Enterprise edition for a nominal fee.