UPDATE: We no longer provide links to download old versions. If you need older versions of Remote Utilities, please request them via a ticket.
Remote Utilities no longer supports Windows 2000. If errors occur when you install the latest version of the Host on the Win2K system, you can download request and try one of the older versions.
However, please note that:
- You use a previous version at your own risk - We neither provide technical support for previous versions nor fix bugs in them - Free 10-remote-PC business license does NOT work with versions older than 184.108.40.206 - The only way to use an old version beyond the 30-day trial period is to purchase a commercial license
P.S. You can connect to an older Host with the latest Viewer though.
Dimitar Angelov wrote: Thank you for the fast response! Excuse me that my next question is not about licensing(this group), but is in context in my test case. I have generated "shared secret" on my host, but I can connect to it only with Internet-ID and password. Is it "shared secret" feature of paid license only?
There is something I don't understand. Most large organizations do not allow any outbound traffic and a proxy (commonly HTTP or SOCKS) is used for outgoing communications. The applications that have proxy support do *not* require any open outbound ports to work; all they need is to be able to talk to the internally accessible proxy port (normally 8080 for HTTP or 1080 for SOCKS). If an app has proxy support, and Remote Utilities does, it shouldn't need any other outbound ports open.
This makes me think of two things: either there is something unique in RU's proxy settings that I am not aware of, or RU's proxy support does not work.
Thank you, -Michael
Couple of questions:
1. Did you configure the MSI file using the MSI configurator? If so , did you enable Internet ID during configuration? Looks like this can be a duplicate ID issue.
2. Specifically what type of proxy is used in your organization?
As the IT guy in the family i always in the need to provide support for family. in my case at least 25 relatives with weekend questions.
how can i manage to divide them in two groups and be able to connect to them. can i make an account license free with 10 of their computers for the family on my moms side and make another account license free with other 10 computer on my dads side. then from my computer with my viewer connect to any of those 20 computers?
if not is there a workaround?
Thank you for your question. But unfortunately, according to our EULA one person or company cannot generate and use more than 1 free license for 10 remote PCs. Please, refer to our Licensing page http://www.remoteutilities.com/buy/licensing.php
You can use the portable Viewer as you like, just like the desktop Viewer. License is applied on the Host side, not the Viewer side. As long as your Hosts are licensed, you can connect to them from any number of Viewers.