Thank you for your message.
I guess that also means ability to have multiple versions running, or making sure that when a new version is installed it keeps the old connection ID and users.
When you install another instance of the Host on the PC with the existing Host installation, the Host's settings are either kept the same or being overwritten, no other Host instance is installed. For example, if you install a vanilla Host on top of an already existing Host installation, the settings remain the same as they were prior to the update. If a custom-built Host installation is installed - the settings are updated according to this table: https://www.remoteutilities.com/support/docs/about-msi-configurator/#Step_4:_Settings_update
However, you might consider using an Agent module
as an alternative to the second Host installation. Please note, that the Host and the Agent still can't be running on the same PC simultaneously.
As for the renaming the application - unfortunately, we do not provide or sell white labeling.
Hope that helps.