Remote Office Manager

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Remote Office Manager is a lightweight and the fastest remote control program intended primarily for administrators and help desks. Remote Office Manager allows you to work on another computer remotely through your own.

You see the remote computer’s screen in a resizable window on your own monitor or as the full screen. Your mouse and keyboard control the remote computer so you can work on the remote computer just as if you were sitting right at it.

Aledensoft Remote Office Manager (ROM) provides secure, remote access to computers and servers. ROM supports network connections over a local area network (LAN), wide area network (WAN), or the Internet.

Remote Office Manager lets you start a connection in remote management mode to optimize performance. During a remote management session, ROM provides access to commonly used administrator tools (such as the Task Manager, Remote Execute, or File Transfer).

The remote management tools in ROM let you quickly troubleshoot and resolve problems on a host computer without the overhead of a full remote control session.

A remote management session uses less bandwidth than a full remote control session because only the data needs to be transmitted between the host and remote computers.

Here are some key features of Remote Office Manager:
· Very high speed of work.
· Compatibility with Windows XP multiple user sessions (Fast User Switching).
· Grabs the overlay surfaces of video player applications and DVD players.
· Remote Office Manager provides the highest security level.
· Allows to capture sound of remote computer.
· ROM supports Windows 2000/XP/2003 user level security so you can limit remote access to specific users or user groups including users from local computer, primary domains, trusted domains or Active Directory.
· Rich functionality (file transfer, task manager, shutdown, etc.).
· Technical support.

· Sound card
· Microphone

· 30 day trial

Download Remote Office Manager for Windows

Posted on March 11, 2009 at 6:35 pm by Fugazi · Permalink
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