Account / Web
store credential information including user name, & password
store sensitive banking information such as account number, PIN & credit card number.
store software serial number, version, expiry date and name.
store email account settings including POP3/IMAP/SMTP servers, user name & passwords.
store any type of free form information.
... And Much More
Standalone version for individuals
SQLite | Xml | Dropbox
Share profiles across your group
SQL Server | MySQL
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What Experts Are Saying
Remote Desktop Manager has everything a support technician needs to manage remote desktop connections to a wide variety of different systems. It's more efficient than managing spreadsheets or text files to keep track of remote connections!
I'm very impressed with Remote Desktop Manager. It's a tried and tested, true enterprise team solution. It's easy to deploy, simple to use, and extremely feature rich. Truly a must tool for all IT Pros in today's world.
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I work as a full time IT/Network Administrator, as well as doing IT consulting for smaller businesses on the side. With Remote Desktop Manager I simply create a folder for each company. RDP, LogMeIn, or Teamviewer, with Remote Desktop Manager it doesn't matter, I am always able to connect with just one tool.