Manage more than 100 Terminal Servers with free Remote Desktop Manager for Windows

It is really difficult to manage more than 100 terminal servers simultaneously, especially when you are working in an organization that has a bunch of servers, all packed with users. If a process hang-up occurs, no matter how hard you try, it remains in the terminal session. Moreover, it could freeze sessions running across all the terminal servers too.

Most would open the Microsoft Terminal Server Management Console, work their way through each server, find the user and then abort incompatible process that caused the worrisome situation. The procedure though useful is tedious and therefore considered a time sink.

Remote Desktop Manager for Windows

This is not the case with Remote Desktop Manager. IntelliAdmin Remote Desktop Manager makes it a breeze to manage one, or 100 terminal servers. You can simply select the systems you want to manage, enter your credentials, and then press start. The Remote Desktop Manager for Windows will then pull information from all the servers and organize it so you can get your task done in no time.

Remote Desktop Manager for Windows

If you need to find the same incompatible process that might be running on multiple servers, under multiple sessions, simply switch the view to ‘Group by Process’, and abort it in a few clicks.

If you want to log off a user on all terminal servers just sort by user and log them off with two clicks. Need everyone to log off? No need to waste time calling around to all your branches and remote sites. Simply send a message to all.

You can download Remote Desktop Manager by clicking here.

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