RemotelyAnywhere for Windows

Remote in Anywhere 2.33

RemotelyAnywhere One of the most frustrating challenges that system administrators are facing is to manage Windows NT servers from various locations in an efficient and inexpensive way. With RemotelyAnywhere 2.33 from Binary Research International, you don't have to worry about expensive phone bills or bad channel connections. If you have an Internet connection and a Web browser that supports Java, RemotelyAnywhere lets you perform administrative tasks from anywhere in the world.

It works RemotelyAnywhere as an NT service and uses less than 1 MB of hard disk space. This product allows you to remotely access and control NT servers and workstations over TCP / IP and does not require specific client software. You have remote access via LAN or Internet. Remote Allows you to start and stop services and drivers, edit the Registry, browse to event logs, download and install files, and monitor server performance data.

Simple product installation following the typical NT installation method (eg intuitive Witch) takes less than 2 minutes. The RemotelyAnywhere main window provides basic information, such as management menus and server names, valid authentication methods, and operating system versions. To view and manage services on a remote server, I clicked on Services as shown on the screen. I can schedule services and change user accounts and passwords. I was impressed by the ease of navigating the various menus that I can imagine using the RemotelyAnywhere application on my local server. 

I can access almost all administrative applications from a single console. If RemotelyAnywhere includes access to NT Server Manager, I'll have all the management tools I need. There may be a security problem in the remote control program. Remote Remote Uses NT LAN Manager (NTLM) at the server level everywhere and requires that the first user of the program have administrator rights. To add other users and set user or group permissions, simply click Configure, Permissions.

You must encrypt your message because you are using Remote Everywhere on the Internet. This software includes a utility that allows you to install Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) support. Setting up SSL includes remotely restarting to create a Certificate Authority (CA), create an SSL certificate, and reinstall the new certificate. After installing the certificate, you are set up for a secure connection. You can also install an SSL certificate in your browser; this method prints the Unknown Certificate Authority pop-up message that appears when you establish a secure connection with RemotelyAnywhere.

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I installed an SSL certificate, type https: // instead of http: // in the browser, and then press Enter. I entered the RemotelyAnywhere authentication screen. I'm shifting the info page and I notice that the authentication method changes to Secure; this means that I set transport-level security and server-level NTLM authentication. Remote everywhere is very intuitive, I do not need documentation. However, the accompanying startup guides are full of information (for example, tips on locking security) and online Help provides equally powerful content. To test product technical support, I contacted Binary Research four times and got a response every 30 minutes.

This product has many competitors, especially RemoteNT Seattle Lab. The products have the same price, but RemotelyAnywhere offers unlimited customer access, uses less system resources, smaller GUI features, and does not require specific client software. Reduce your company's frustration and remote management costs by downloading a Remote Remote review review from the company's website today.