Radmin Remote Control Software - OverviewBy Partho, Gaea News Network
Friday, March 27, 2009
The remote access software programs have revolutionized the way corporate PCs were used in networks. Radmin (Remote Administrator) is one such fast and secure remote control and remote access software. This Remote Administrator software allow the users to work on a remote computer, sitting at home or in Office. Further, the use might access the computer from multiple places. The software uses the reliable and widely used TCP/IP protocol for LANs, WANs and the Internet. This enables the user to access the remote computer from anywhere in the world. The Radmin 3 comes with some advanced features like file transfer, multi-user text and voice chats, telnet connection mode, Windows security, Kerberos authentication, multiple monitors support and more. Let’s take broader look into this remote control software.
How does Radmin work
The first thing that you need to know about Radmin is how it operates. Radmin offers the view the remote computer screen on the users monitor. The remote monitor can be viewed either in a sizable Window or a full screen. The user can work on the remote computer in real time. The keyboard signals and mouse movements are directly transferred to the remote computer and that ensures real-time work on the remote computer. Radmin allows commendable speed for the operations.
Here are the key features of Radmin
Hardware remote control with Intel AMT support
The Radmin 3.3 version supports the Intel AMT (Active Management Technology). This enables the following
1. Carry out manipulations on the remote computer even if the operating system is not active or computer is turned off.
2. Turn on, restart and shut down the remote computer remotely.
3. Changed the The BIOS settings
4. Boot the system from from a local CD or disk image file
Speed of Work
Equipped with the DirectScreenTransfer technology Radmin fast and steady workflow. This advanced technology makes use of video hook kernel mode driver to speed up the capture rate to hundreds of screen updates per second. In order to work on dial-up modem and GPRS connections it offers special low-bandwidth optimizations.
Radmin is highly secured. All the data, screen images, keyboard signals and mouse movements are encrypted with 256-Bit AES strong encryption. For each connection Radmin offers a randomly generates key. There are two security options
• Windows Security with Active Directory and Kerberos Support
• Radmin’s own security with secure login/password authentications and individual user permission
The additional IP filters restricts the access to particular hosts and networks.
Multiple Connections Support
Radmin offers multi-user access to the remote screen. This implies multiple users can view the remote screen. It’s a handy feature for conferencing.
Drag and drop file
This feature allows the user to securely drag and drop file to or from the remote computer via an interface that resembles the Explorer.
Text and Voice Chat
The Radmin 3 features Text Chat, Voice Chat and Send Message modes. These can be used to communicate with a person who operates the remote computer to which you have connected.
Delta Copy feature
The delta copy feature enables updating of a part of a file only if it is distinguished in both machines. Further, this feature also enables copying of files after a network fault, given that the fault doesn’t occur in the beginning.
Ease of use
Radmin is not an elephantware and has a pretty simple and intuitive interface. This is mainly due to the fact that Radmin doesn’t incorporate too many unwanted value added features.
Compatibility with Windows Vista and Windows XP
Radmin 3.3 supports the Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit. It also allows User Account Control and Fast User Switching. Radmin is also compatible with Windows XP.
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