Remote Utilities Agent Release for macOS and Linux

Exciting news for macOS and Linux users! We've taken another significant step forward in our ongoing commitment to these platforms. While our Viewer has been available for macOS and Linux, we're thrilled to introduce the Agent for these OS.

Screenshot of Agent window on macOS

For those new to our tools, the Agent is a runtime module that you install on a remote machine you wish to control. Down the line, after beta testing, we'll also be launching the Host—a module that will enable unattended access to systems.

Operating the program is straightforward. Once launched, the Agent displays a window with an auto-generated Internet ID and password. With this release, it's seamless to cross-connect between Windows, macOS, and Linux in any combination.

A note on functionalities: The current macOS/Linux Agent predominantly supports the Full Control and View mode. Some modes present in the Windows version—like File Transfer and Power Control—are still in the pipeline. Rest assured, we have plans to roll out these features and more, such as clipboard transfer, in the near future.

Your feedback is invaluable to us. Feel free to share your experiences, report bugs, or discuss any improvements in our forum thread. It greatly aids our development process.

Thank you for being part of our journey!

Sep 19, 2023 Conrad remote utilities, news, macos, linux
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