Devolutions’ Latest Remote Desktop Manager 10 Features New Customizable Interface & More
Devolutions announced today that the much-anticipated version 10 of its flagship product Remote Desktop Manager is now available for immediate download.
First introduced in 2010, Remote Desktop Manager is an all-in-one remote connection, password and credential management platform that is trusted by more than 200,000 IT pros in over 100 countries. Version 10 features several additions and enhancements, with the most notable being:
- An intuitive and streamlined new interface that is more customizable than ever before
- New Active Directory features, including an Active Directory Console and an Active Directory Synchronizer
- Integration with ManageEngine Password Manager Pro, an enterprise-grade credential management solution
- An advanced Search Dialog Engine that handles multiple expressions and features numerous options to filter and refine results
- A new batch script execution function for RDP (using Devolutions’ recently-introduced RDM Agent) and for SSH/Telnet
The complete list of the new features and enhancements in RDM 10 is available here.“Remote Desktop Manager 10 has been in development for quite a while, and many of the enhancements are the result of feedback from our incredible and very active community of IT pros,” commented Devolutions’ founder and CEO David Hervieux. “We’re always listening to our community, and we never stop searching for new and better ways to help them easily and efficiently manage all of their remote connections, passwords and credentials.”Users who already have a valid RDM Enterprise license can immediately upgrade to version 10 from http://remotedesktopmanager.com/Home/Download.
Those new to RDM can request a free 30-day trial from. After their trial period has expired, they may choose to purchase an Enterprise license, or downgrade to the free edition and continue using it for as long as they wish. Plus, if you are a vExpert you can get a free RDM 10 license from Devolutions! Just send an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and ask for your free license.
I started a new project off. I have authored a comparison paper comparing 5 somewhat similar VM Backup solutions. This is the beginning of an iterative project. I know I can test more products and perform more tests but these are the products that came to mind and the tests are relevant to how I want to use the VM backup solutions. I’d like to thank Anton Gostev from Veeam, Joseph Noonan from Unitrends, Sergei Serdyuk from Nakivo, Andrey Polevoy from Acronis and David Gugick from Dell for your support. I want to point out a few disclaimers:
- Hopefully there is no biased in this document. They all have their pros/cons
- It was highlighted that I should have gone with a different Acronis product which I will in the next iteration
- In testing you may find different performance results than what I saw
- The results were graded based on my opinion and experience. Do not take this for gospel, do your research
- Pricing may differ when speaking to the vendor or partner vendor.
- False statements and corrections will be corrected in the next iteration.
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For me its main value-add is the ability to replicate between vCloud Director and vCloud Director, something we struggle to do using the native VMware tools.
Zerto is software-only and hardware-agnostic – so you can replicate from any type of storage to any type of storage.
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- Leverage lower-cost storage at the replication site.
It basically automates a lot of the tasks required to provide full DR for VMware environments:
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