Compare Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager vs. LogMeIn Rescue

Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager is ranked 7th in Remote Access with 8 reviews while LogMeIn Rescue is ranked 3rd in Remote Access with 15 reviews. Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager is rated 9.8, while LogMeIn Rescue is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager writes "Makes me instantly more focused on resolving the issue rather than getting to the issue". On the other hand, the top reviewer of LogMeIn Rescue writes "Enables me to remote reboot and reconnect without the end user; and I can run it as a console, see event logs through the utility itself". Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager is most compared with TeamViewer, CloudBerry Remote Assistant and Dell Wyse vWorkspace, whereas LogMeIn Rescue is most compared with LogMeIn Central, TeamViewer and LogMeIn Pro. See our Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager vs. LogMeIn Rescue report.
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One credential can be used to access VPN, RDS, and more.Being able to store my credentials makes connecting a breeze.RDM has enabled me to do most of my work in one place. This helps me be able to have an RDP session open to a server in one tab and an SSH session open to a VMware host in another.Devolutions's team is constantly making improvements to their products. If you submit a feature request, they are usually quick to implement it.Setup and installation was simple.The ability to have all the connection information in one location saves so much time from trying to manage the same information across different applications.The interface is great to work with as it allows multiple connections in a tabbed interface. It also has the option to automatically start a VPN or an SSH tunnel, if required.By integrating all our connections previously spread across multiple locations, a lot of time has been saved.

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No issues with scalability. It is a fairly simple model. If I wanted to add five more, I would just buy five more people and licenses, apply the program to their computers, and give them their login.​The initial setup is easy. If you want the desktop program, you just download and install it.It is very straightforward to set up, use, install, and transfer sessions.If an issue happens, we're able to log in at the time that it happens and address it , so there's minimal downtime.The ability see iOS devices helps us out a lot because the majority of our users are iOS device's very easy to use, it's very efficient.The tech support person I spoke to was very knowledgeable about the product, and was straightforward with me about its capabilities. There was no fluff about the product. They basically said this is not available now and we're hoping to have it available in the third or fourth quarter. It was nice to talk to someone who was straightforward and knew about the product.I have technicians all over, and not everybody is an expert in all areas. They are able to bring other expertise from different locations with the click of a mouse. They can invite in other technicians, so I can have most of the technicians collaborate on the same question, and that’s really amazing.

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The RDM client (.NET issue, actually) can stall or lock up while it clears communication threads to the server.The only complaint I have heard is there are too many updates. Each time there is an update (the app prompts to upgrade), it can be time consuming, especially when sometimes there are multiple updates per week.Sometimes when updating, the install window is on top of the prompt to close the application.There are always bugs to squash, beyond that, it is really kind of difficult for new users to discover and use many of the features due to the bewildering array of choices and ways to do things.On complex setups, I actually needed to reach out to support to get it working correctly.Maybe some clipboard functions could be added along with integration of different software.Sometimes the manual inventory of some entries hangs, and RDM must be closed via task manager.Security roles could be improved, especially by enabling renaming of a role.

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​Network browsing and connecting on the LAN, because if you can't see the computers on your network​, what good is the product?They need to improve their technical needs better iOS integration. It's still limited in its functionality when it comes to iOS. Currently, when you do something other than iOS, you're not able to take control of what's going on; instead of having to tell the user, "Click here, click there," I would like to have full control over an iOS device.The one big problem that I have with LogMeIn Rescue is, I use a Mac. All my technicians use PCs. I use a Mac, and the Mac agent crashes at least once a day. I have to stop it and start it again. To date, I don’t have a problem with people using PC. I think the Mac app that they have needs to be improved.They need to combine computer and mobile end-user support to be a more streamlined experience.Secondly, the product needs improvement on mobile interfaces because on mobile devices it doesn't perform very well. On computers, it is good, with desktops, laptops, it is good. Sometimes iPad is good, but going with other devices, like Android or Windows on smart phones, ​it's always a problem.You should be able to remote on an iPhone like you remote on an Android. It is not the same experience. Unless you are very savvy on iOS, you are pretty much lost.​​The interface is not ​user-friendly. It looks a little outdated.​ I think the options are there. I think just the layout needs improvement.​

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If you are a Microsoft MVP, VMware vExpert, Cisco Champion, etc., Devolutions offers a free Enterprise License.Setup costs for most people is negligible.The Free Edition is completely free. You can try also the Enterprise Edition for 30 days for free.

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​The rescue model is licensed by user.The pricing is worth the value.It's definitely worth the value.The cost of LogMeIn is high... I went with another product that was going to give me savings of 50%. One technician tested it, he gave us the thumbs up. Then once we moved all my technicians to it, but it didn’t work... Trying to move from LogMeIn hindered our performance and productivity and it was not worth the savings.Pricing is reasonable and easily offsets other costs, while resolving issues in a much quicker timeframe.It is ​on the medium to high side. For us, it is worth it. For the amount of time they save us, it pretty much pays for itself.​Look at the different plans they have. Do not pay for a plan you do not need.​The pricing is a little on the higher side, though.​

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Remote Desktop Manager lets you centralize all your remote connections, passwords and credentials into a unique platform that can be securely shared between users. Drive security, speed and productivity through your organization while reducing risks for your IT department. Join over 400 000 users in more than 140 countries who enjoy our remote connection management solution. Remote Desktop Manager is available in two editions: Free and Enterprise. While the Free edition is perfect for stand-alone users, the Enterprise edition is best suited for multiple users and teams.

LogMeIn Rescue delivers unparalleled remote IT support technology that allows enterprises to better manage mobile remote support and remote desktop support helping users across PC, Mac, iOS, Android support and more. Features include remote computer access, mobile app support, and the exciting Rescue Lens interactive video support feature that allows support technicians to see exactly what the end user can see. LogMeIn Rescue is truly on the cutting edge of the remote technical support industry.

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Manufacturing Company14%
Energy/Utilities Company14%
Software R&D Company21%
Media Company12%
Comms Service Provider9%
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