Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager Overview

Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager is the #12 ranked solution in our list of top Remote Access tools. It is most often compared to TeamViewer: Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager vs TeamViewer

What is Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager?

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.

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Brent Quick
Networking & Infrastructure Consultant at Intelligent Technologies, Inc.
Consultant
Top 5Leaderboard
Apr 4, 2019
One credential can be used to access VPN, RDS, and more

What is our primary use case?

My company is a consulting practice that connects to client systems using various methods. So, we need credentials, VPN connections, and also operational instructions. RDM provides a single repository for all this and so much more. You can include PowerShell scripts to accomplish tasks.

Pros and Cons

  • "One credential can be used to access VPN, RDS, and more."
  • "The RDM client (.NET issue, actually) can stall or lock up while it clears communication threads to the server."

What other advice do I have?

Try it and you will be impressed.