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54 JANUARY 2017

Say Hello to Password Vault Manager 8.0!

If you’re one of our many Password Vault Manager users around the world who are getting a bit jealous because we’ve already launched updates for Remote Desktop Manager, Devolutions Server and introduced our brand new remote support tool Wayk Now, then we have some good news. Password Vault Manager 8.0 is now available and better than ever!

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January Poll: What’s at the Top of Your 2017 CRAZY List?

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Password Vault Manager for Android and iOS 3.0 Are Here!

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Sysadminotaur 2017 Calendar and Mug Now Available!

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Devolutions 2016 Year in Review

Each year we pause at the end of the year and reflect on the developments of the last 12 months. 2016 has been exciting and full of growth here at Devolutions. We’ve grown from 35 team members at the start of the year to 55 right now – and we’ll be welcoming even more colleagues in the weeks and months to come. Join us on our blog to discover how one year has forever changed Devolutions and its people.

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NEW Devolutions Proxy for Remote Desktop Manager

Devolutions Proxy functions as an intermediary for all your devices, and gives you easy access to remote tools like Inventory Report, Wake-on-LAN, Hyper-V Console, Terminal Services, VMware Console and Windows remote management - all from Windows, Mac, iOS and Android.

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Case Study: Golf Channel

Golf Channel and GolfNow employ approximately 3,000 people, including 115 IT staff who collectively manage thousands of servers across the organization. In order to support Golf Channel's continued growth across its wide range of broadcast, digital and media properties, the company's IT leadership team recognized Remote Desktop Manager as the solution.

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New Remote Desktop Manager Feature: Root Settings

Using Root Settings, you can set a permission on your top-level folder (the root folder). It gives you the option of having all of your folders inherit the permissions you've set on the root folder, saving you time by not having to define permissions on each top layer folder. Learn how to use Root Settings on our blog!.

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