- Microsoft Remote Desktop
- Microsoft Remote Assistance
- Remote Desktop Manager
Remote Desktop Manager
If you deal with many computers and/or use a variety of remote desktop services, consider using a program like Remote Desktop Manager (see Figure 6). Remote Desktop Manager doesn’t give you actual remote desktop capabilities, but helps you manage them. The Standard edition is free for both personal and commercial usage.
It helps you centrally manage and keep track of all your remote computers. It supports the most popular services and protocols, such as Windows Remote Desktop and Remote Assistance, TeamViewer, LogMeIn, pcAnywhere, Radmin, VNC, Dameware, and Putty (SSH, Telnet, rLogin…). It also supports multiple VPN types such as Microsoft VPN, Cisco VPN, and SonicWall VPN.