Full Control and View
Connect to a remote desktop from anywhere over a secure connection. View the remote screen, move the remote mouse pointer and send keystrokes.
Easily copy and move files to and from a remote desktop using drag and drop or run a dedicated File Transfer mode and copy files in a two-pane window like a pro.
Two Factor Authentication
Enable 2-factor authentication for ultimate protection. Use Google Authenticator or a similar app to generate a security code for a session.
Active Directory Support
Easily integrate Remote Utilities into your Active Directory environment. Add new domain controllers, push-install the program across your AD network and connect in one click.
Use the built-in MSI Configurator to create a custom Host installer for further deployment across your network.
Enhance Remote Utilities capabilities with an on-premises server and build a 100% autonomous remote support solution to comply with strictest security requirements.
What our customers say
After weeks of research I found Teamviewer (TV) and Remote Utilities (RU) to be the only remote access products I was willing to invest more time and energy in investigating further.
I think they are largely equal in the features I wanted, except importantly RU offers a direct (no intermediate server needed) connection option whereas TV does not.
I like Remote Utilities' cleaner design much more. The features are broad and deep. The Viewer's image of the remote host's screen is crisp and clear and quite responsive to remote control. The documentation is beautiful. Support is excellent. Product development is very active.
The two commercial travelers I support will be using RU to access information and sometimes functionality on their unattended office computer from the field. I will be using the product to provide IT support for them remotely.
This product does exactly what we want really well and will help us immensely.
The more I study and experiment with the product, the more I like it and the company; and the more confident I become that this will remain our remote access tool for the foreseeable future.
The documenters are in the process catching up to the recent releases, but I found no significant cons.