Current Version 5.0.1
Author Usoris
Rating
3.5/5
Price $30.00
Downloads Count 473
License Type Trial
Date Added Jun 7, 2011
Operating Systems
  • Microsoft Windows 7
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2008
  • Microsoft Windows Vista
  • Microsoft Windows XP
File Size 10.477 MB
Description Remote Utilities is remote control software for business and home use. You can view the remote PC screen and control its mouse and keyboard as if you were sitting right in front of the PC. Home users can remotely support their friends and relatives over the Internet or connect to the home PC. Enjoy your photos, music, and videos anywhere, copy your files to and from the remote PC, share your home PC/laptop screen with friends or colleagues, get access to sensitive information stored on your PC (for example, passwords) via a highly-secured Internet connection and utilize the programs installed on your PC from anywhere. Enterprise users can complete a variety of tasks connected with maintaining PC infrastructure. Remote Utilities is a single command center where you can keep a list of all your PCs, monitor their statuses and inventory, and connect to any of them for maintenance purposes. Optimize your PC inventory management with Remote Utilities as a center of operations, save time by eliminating the need to physically access remote PCs, telework from home or when traveling by securely connecting to your work PC and get instant access to your files, databases, and software. Corporate users can also deploy the program across their entire network using the built-in installation tool and MSI files. Helpdesk providers benefit from the 'Internet ID' feature that allows firewalls and NAT services to be bypassed when connecting to a remote PC. Technical support specialists will be able to provide remote technical assistance to all their clients no matter what their level of computer literacy or how their network is configured.

Pros

  • Several remote connection options; no messing with router or firewall settings

Cons

  • UAC hassles on Vista and Windows 7; complex setup may confuse home users
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