Derick St-Hilaire

Hello there! My name is Derick St-Hilaire, and I’m the Salesforce Administrator here at Devolutions. I’m one of the more experienced employees here at Devolutions, and it has been amazing to see the company and community grow over the years. My primary responsibilities include managing our Salesforce platform, and working closely with our strategic partners and customers. I also oversee the management of Devolutions Force, which is our VIP Advocate Community. Academically, I have a bachelor’s degree in marketing. When I’m not working, I enjoy camping, walking my dog, playing video games, and I’m a huge movie fan — including the Star Wars franchise of course. If you would like to join Devolutions Force, or if you wish to get in touch, then you are welcome to contact me directly at


Get an Early Access Preview of Remote Desktop Manager for Linux

Remote Desktop Manager for Linux is now available to everyone! Click here for more information on RDM for Linux.

As you may recall, earlier this year our CEO David posted the Devolutions 2020 Roadmap, which looks ahead at some of the major developments that we have planned for our suite of products. One of the most exciting and anticipated items on the list is the release of a full version of Remote Desktop Manager for Linux. To get to the finish line we’ll need your help and feedback!

Register for Early Access

You’re invited to register for an early access preview of Remote Desktop Manager for Linux. Currently, the available session types are RDP, ARD and VNC, and the available data sources are XML, SQLite (without encryption), and the Devolutions Online Database. We’ll be adding more session and data source options in the future, along with additional features.

How to Register

To register, please send an email to We’ll notify you when Remote Desktop Manager for Linux is ready, and provide you with a download link.

How You Can Help

Your feedback is essential to ensure that Remote Desktop Manager for Linux meets the needs and expectations of our community. And so, in return for early access, we ask that you share your opinions and advice. Tell us what you like, tell us what you don’t, and tell us what you’d like us to add, change, remove or fix.

You can share your feedback in any of the following ways:

  • Post in our forum (recommended)
  • Comment below

Thank you in advance for your interest and support, and we look forward to your valuable input!

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