Remote Desktop Connection Manager (RDCMan) is a tool for managing multiple remote desktops. This technology allows for a client’s computer to be accessed by the host computer from a different location. However, it is only possible to connect a RDCMan with the use of Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). This tool is ideal for those administrators working in Windows-only environments and needing a remote desktop management tool exclusively focused on RDP.
RDP, originally developed by Microsoft, provides a means through which people get access to a computer remotely. RDP is available with a good user interface that, is lightweight and comprising of input devices such as a keyboard and a mouse.
RDCMan works with Microsoft Remote Assistance, pcAnywhere, Microsoft Remote Desktop, Radmin, TeamViewer and more.
Listed below are different ways of how RDCMan can be used:
The key features of the RDCMan are as follows:
The RDCMan interface is clean and simple, but the descriptions of each connection are considered to be on the same line as the server name. This complicates the process of seeing and managing two panes simultaneously.
Some alternatives to RDCMan include:
Comodo One’s Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) permits users to gain remote desktop access to the endpoint and carry out essential actions in order to solve issues. While working with the endpoint, the end-user will be able to view the actions taken by you and then operate the computer if needed.
Key functions of Comodo One’s RMM software are listed below:
Initiating a Comodo One remote desktop connection