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.
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.
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.
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.
Prefer to use RDP? No problem. Use Remote Utilities to manage your saved RDP sessions and connect to a remote computer over the Internet using the RDP protocol.
What our customers say
I really like the Remote Utilities application. It's easy to use and the free version has a lot of features that many other remote desktop utilities lack. Best of all you get 10 connections with the free version. Meaning you don't really need to buy a license. You can use remote install to build a MSI and install on a PC then remote in, handle your business, and when you're done remove the device from your "contacts". If you ever need to get in to the PC again, the agent is already installed. Just re-add it as a "contact".
What are the pros?
Free version lets you have up to 10 connections
Remote CMD line
Remote Task Manager
MSI Builder and remote install capability.
What are the cons?
Sometimes connection can get a little slow, but usually corrects itself
I've seen connection drop if remote computer left idle for too long
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