Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise Edition

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Last week we shared theRemote Desktop Manager Startup Checklist for Teams. But what if you’re a single user? Don’t despair, we haven’t forgotten about you! Behold: the Remote Desktop Manager Checklist for Individual Users!

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(Please note that this checklist is also ideal if you’re setting RDM up for small groups of up to 3 users who don’t need to implement security.)

Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise Edition is designed to help you manage all your remote connections and virtual machines conveniently, from a single place. The application is a useful tool for system administrators that need to provide constant support to their customers and manage multiple network devices. Products Remote Desktop Manager Password Hub Devolutions Server Wayk Bastion. Companion Tools. DEVOLUTIONS.NET 1000 Notre-Dame, Lavaltrie, QC J5T 1M1, Canada. Share, organize, and find your remote connections and passwords via an intuitive interface. Remote Desktop Manager is currently available in two editions: Free and Enterprise. The Free Edition is designed for single users, while the Enterprise edition is designed for teams. Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise edition. If you are not ready to buy Remote Desktop Manager, you must request a trial to use the application. The trial is valid for 30 day, after which the application cannot be used unless a valid Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise Edition license serial is provided.

Checklist for Individual
Step 1 – Register your License
Step 2 – Choose your Data Source
Step 3 – Set up your Security
Step 4 – Setup Devolutions Online Backup
Step 5 – Create your Default Settings
Step 6 – Import Your Data

Step 1 – Register Your License

Start by registering your version of Remote Desktop Manager. Go to Help – Register Product, and enter your user name, email address and serial number. Please note that you need to enter the information exactly the way it is listed in the email that you received.

Step 2 – Choose Your Data Source

Choose your data source type. Here is a table to help you choose the right data source to meet your requirements:

Note 1 : Our Dropbox integration uses the API to directly access your online account. If you keep the file in a dropbox synchronized folder on your machine it becomes a simple XML or SQLite data source

Step 3– Set up your Security

It’s important to set up your security before importing or creating any data in your database so nobody can read your entry configuration data, even when people have a direct access to your database. You'll need to set up your data source with a master key, or encryption. Regardless of the security you select, the passwords stored in your database are always encrypted using AES 256 bit encryption.

Step 4 – Setup Devolutions Online Backup

Devolutions Online Backup allows you to securely backup your information from the following data sources: Devolutions Online Drive, SQLite or XML. The backup is automatically executed 30 seconds after any modification to the data source content. If you’re using any other type of data source(s), please follow this link for further guidance.

Step 5 - Create Your Default Settings

To create your default settings template, follow File – Templates – Default Settings and select the default settings template you wish to create. You must perform this for all types individually.

You can also create, edit or reset your default settings whenever a new entry is created. Each entry type is supported and can have a default template defined.

Step 6 - Import Your Data

The last step is to import your data into RDM. There are a few simple ways that you can do this:

Excel/CSV

Don’t feel bad if your data is in Excel – you’re not alone. But soon you’ll stop waking up at 3am from spreadsheet-induced nightmares. Here’s what to do:

1. Ensure the column headers match with fields of RDM, please refer to Import Strategies file format for more details.

2. Save the file in the CSV format

3. Go to File -Import – Import Entries

4. Select your CSV file and click Open

And that’s it. All your entries will be automatically imported into RDM.

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Also, if your preferred import method isn’t listed above, there are many ways to get your sessions, logins and contacts into RDM. Click here for more information.

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As always, please let us know your thoughts by using the comment feature of the blog. You can also visit our forums to get help and submit feature requests, you can find them here.

Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise

As you know Remote Desktop Manager is available in two editions: Free and Enterprise. However, some of you might not be fully aware of the different features they offer and you might be wondering, do I really need to pay for something that offers a free alternative?

The best way to approach this is by answering a simple question: Do you need to use RDM as an individual user, or do you need it to support your team?

RDM tries to provide a great free tool for individuals that needs to remotely manage multiple machines and servers using multiple technologies. If that’s your case, then Remote Desktop Manager Free is perfect for you.

On the other hand, RDM Enterprise target teams, which most often means businesses, so every feature that we felt targeted multiple users in a team environment has been included in RDM Enterprise.

Here is a comparison table of our most popular features supported in RDM Enterprise, Free or in both.

FeaturesFREEENTERPRISE
Remote connection types (RDP, VNC, SSH, ARD, etc…)XX
Password managerXX
Management Console (Azure, AWS, VMware, Hyper-V, etc…)XX
Web browser integrationXX
Password generatorXX
Export information and entriesXX
Quick ConnectXX
Import from other application (mRemote, Terminals, ASG, etc…)XX
Multi-users datasourceX
Security and user managementX
Integrate with existing password managersX
Credentials and VPN linksX
Automatically connect and hide password from usersX
Password analyzer with weak password notificationX
Macro/Script/Tool supportX
Document managerX
Version and Password historyX
Logs and reportsX
Attachment supportX
Offline modeX
PowerShell CmdLets scriptingX
Two-Factor AuthenticationX
For a full list of features, please clickhere.

Obviously, RDM Enterprise has more features and functions than RDM Free, which makes sense – one is available for purchase, and one is available for free.

However, unlike some companies in the IT solution space whose “free” edition is tediously restrictive and virtually useless, RDM Free is fully functional. We want as many people in the world as possible using RDM, and that’s why since day one we’ve always made sure that RDM Free (which used to be called RDM Standard) is a true business tool. We don’t use it to push you into buying a license. If you’re happy with the Free edition, great! Keep using it and spread the word!

Again, it all comes down to individuals and teams. If you’re an individual user, there’s a good chance that RDM Free is what you need. And if you’re part of a team, then RDM Enterprise is the way to go.

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And we’re constantly adding new features – so whether you’re using RDM Free or RDM Enterprise, if there’s something you want us to change, let us know! If there’s a features that you wish could be in the Free version, don’t be afraid to ask, we might just add it! We’re always listening, and most of our upgrades are inspired by our amazing community of IT pros.

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As always, please let us know your thoughts by using the comment feature of the blog. You can also visit our forums to get help and submit feature requests, you can find them here.