Hi RDMers! It’s hard to believe how fast time flies, but it was one year ago that we launched Remote Desktop Manager Server (RDMS), an easy-to-use, all-in-one high-end management platform for all remote connections, passwords, credentials and attachments.  

What's in it for You

Combined with the RDM client, RDMS is a powerful team-based solution that creates an enterprise-wide centralized datastore that can be securely deployed within a users’ infrastructure, or online using a users’ SSL certificate or firewall. According to RDMS users, the most popular features are full integration of Active Directory with role and group management, and Windows authentication. These help saves time, and streamline user security rights and network access management.  

New in Version 2.0

And now, one year later, what better way to celebrate RDMS’ first birthday than to launch the new version 2.0! This updated version offers plenty of enhancements and improvements, including:
  • .NET 4.0 support
  • Web Interface Improvements
  • New UI design for the Role Management support
  • Inherited Active Directory group support
  • Improved deployment and administration process
  • Request a Demo
In addition to the free trial, many of you have been asking for an RDMS live demo. We’ve listened to your comments (as we always do!), and I’m thrilled to announce that you can now request a live demo for you and your team. So, whether you’re looking for a RDMS custom demo that deals with your specific needs, or you’d like a presentation of RDMS or any of the other products in our catalog, simply send me an email at mtrottier@devolutions.net and we’ll get it all set up!  

Give it a Try!

In the meantime, if you haven’t yet experienced RDMS and want to take version 2.0 for a spin, I invite you to download a free 30-day trial from: http://remotedesktopmanagerserver.com/ Please note that you’ll need the RDM Enterprise client to access the Server platform. If you don’t have RDM Enterprise, download the free 30-day trial here: http://remotedesktopmanager.com/ Thanks! Max