Anne-Marie Mongeon

As Devolutions’ marketing coordinator, I’m in charge of the company’s social media and advertising portfolios. I’m also responsible for establishing, maintaining and developing relationships within and beyond the Remote Desktop Manager community. I’m also in charge of the Devolutions blog, which means that I’ll be writing about various topics that, I hope, will be interesting and relevant to community members like you.

Difference between Remote Desktop Manager Trial and Free Edition

Remote Desktop Manager TRIAL vs. FREE: What’s the Difference?

Hey RDMers,

A while ago, to make your lives even simpler we changed the name of “Remote Desktop Manager Standard” to “Remote Desktop Manager Free”.

Today, we’re continuing our love of simplicity by helping you understand the difference between the **Trial **version, and the Free version.

About RDM Trial

Simply put: RDM Trial is RDM Enterprise. It has all of the same features, functions and enhancements, including: Automatic Data Source Syncing, Advanced Password Management, Advanced Security Management, Console and Dashboard Integration, Centralized Logs & Attachments and** Comprehensive Document Management**, and more.

RDM Trial will remain active for 30 days. This gives you plenty of time to test if out, and see if it’s the right solution for you and your organization. If you need more time to test RDM, please contact us at

You can download RDM Trial today from:

About RDM Free

As you would expect RDM Free is…FREE! It’s the perfect solution for standalone users. You can use it for as long as you wish to manage your remote connections. But as noted above, you won’t have access to certain advanced features, updates and upgrades.

To download RDM’s FREE version click here:

Just make sure that you register your RDM Free by creating your Devolutions Cloud accountwithin 30 days of installing it. You can do this directly from Remote Desktop Manager and it only takes a minute.

Getting Griddy With It

If you wish, you can check out our helpful grid, which provides an at-a-glance comparison of RDM Free vs. RDM Enterprise (a.k.a. Trial). You’ll find it here:

Should You Upgrade?

Also, if you’re currently using RDM Free and are wondering if purchasing a license is the right move, this blog post may help you decide: “Top 6 Reasons to Upgrade from Remote Desktop Manager Free to Enterprise”.

We hope the above simplifies and clarifies things for you.


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