After months of beta testing (thanks to everyone who participated!), we’re proud and excited to officially announce the release of Remote Desktop Manager 9!
Remote Desktop Manager 9 is loaded with cool new features and functionality, so that IT pros like you can easily and efficiently manage all of your remote connections, passwords and credentials.
A complete run-down of the new features in Remote Desktop Manager is available via the change history here: http://remotedesktopmanager.com/Home/ChangeHistory.
Below are some of the highlights that we think you’ll enjoy:
- Entry default values
- My Personal Credentials
- Private connection list per user
- Re-open last data source on startup
- Play list to organize or open a group
- Offline mode with read/write support
- Todo management
- Intelligent cache to optimize the loading of a large data source
- Document management
- Contact management
- Native integration of 1Password, LastPass and Passwordstate
- SQL Server basic role management
- New reports
- Run as different user support
- Dynamic credential vault link
Upgrading to Remote Desktop Manager 9
If you already own a valid Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise license, simply upgrade to version 9 by downloading it from: http://remotedesktopmanager.com/Home/Download.
If you’re new to our products (welcome aboard!), then you can request a free trial of Remote Desktop Manager 9 from: http://remotedesktopmanager.com/Home/Trial
Live RDM Demo Session
If you and your team would like a customized demo of Remote Desktop Manager 9 so that you can see it in action, please email me at email@example.com. Our amazing Product Manager Maurice will take you on a personal 30-minute guided tour, so that you can see what’s new and check out all of the great features.
Speaking of which, we will post new articles every week that introduce the new features in Remote Desktop Manager 9. Stefane, our CTO, will walk you through all the new fonctionality by providing step by step guidelines on our online help. Make sure to follow our blog to get the latest tips and tricks.
Get in Touch
If you have any other questions, comments, or if you have media inquiries, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are ALWAYS listening to our community, so please tell us what you like about RDM 9.0, and how we can continue finding new and better ways to help you Centralize it, Secure it, and Simplify IT!