Remote access for Windows machines

runs on Windows
screenshot of RoyalTS

Have you ever wanted to be in two places at one time? You're sitting at your desk, minding your own business, when all of a sudden you're called upon to give a hand to somebody stationed at the other end of the building, or somewhere across the country, or maybe even around the world. If the help you're being called on for is on the computer, it can bring up a whole set of challenges.

Whether it's a support situation, or maybe you're training somebody, it can often be much easier to show somebody what to do than to try to explain to them what needs to be done. If you were sitting next to the person, it would be a trivial matter to just grab the mouse, click the button, and show your charge what to do. You can do the same thing with RoyalTS.

RoyalTS is a free application that uses Windows Remote Desktop Protocol. With it installed, you can demonstrate how to do things, or even just take over and get the job done yourself. Not only useful in training situations, you can now oversee a bunch of "headless" servers as well. When you can tweak their behavior from you desktop, you don't need to have monitors and keyboards on those remote systems. You'll save tons of money in hardware, as well as increasing your productivity, when you don't have to run back to the server room every time you need to adjust how things are running.

RoyalTS is a free Windows application.

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One Response to “Remote access for Windows machines”

  1. alexsupra says:

    there is one stupid problem connected with vc2008 -without having dotnet3.5 installed there is no possibility to install this msi-package at all. portable variants of this application are absent on its homepage…