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What is Remote Desktop Manager for Android?

Description

 

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Remote Desktop Manager for Android allows for storing and sharing of remote connections, credentials, and sensitive information. Used in combination with a compatible Client application, its capabilities are extended to create an Enterprise wide high-end data store.

 

Remote Desktop Manager acts as a wrapper and a manager around existing technologies, and requires no proprietary protocols. All communications are established using either an external library or a third party software.

 

Remote Desktop Manager for Android is a single pane of glass on your system that is actually managed by your desktop software, Remote Desktop Manager Windows or macOS edition. Although the RDP protocol is supported, the main objective of the mobile edition is gathering direct access towards your credentials stored in your data source.

 

 

The Android version is complimentary to the Windows and macOS version. You will require one of our desktop clients to fully experience Remote Desktop Manager for Android. These consist of:

 

1)Remote Desktop Manager

a)Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise - Windows Edition

b)Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise - macOS Edition
 

2)Password Vault Manager

a)Password Vault Manager Enterprise - Windows Edition

b)Password Vault Manager Enterprise - macOS Edition

 

Steps to launching Remote Desktop Manager

 

Choose your data source type

 

Upon first launch, Remote Desktop Manager uses an XML data source. The data sources are elaborated further in Data Sources Overview. If you wish to use Remote Desktop Manager in a team environment you must use one of the Advanced Data source.

 

Create entries

 

Each entry type is significantly different from each other. Please consult Entry Types for details on available types.