Radmin (Remote Administrator) is the popular, award winning secure remote control software which enables you to work on a remote computer in real time as if you were using its own keyboard and mouse. You can remotely access the same computer from multiple places and use advanced File Transfer function, multi-user Text and Voice chat, Remote Shutdown and Telnet. Radmin supports multiple monitors, folder management in Radmin phonebook, scan for available Radmin Servers, mouse wheel support and many others. Radmin's widely recognized benefits are its high speed, strong security, and solid reliability.
Radmin utilizes unique DirectScreenTransfer technology that provides unprecedented speed of work with a minimal CPU usage. The major advantage of DirectScreenTransfer is that it receives data directly from Windows, before it ever gets to the Video RAM.
Radmin 3 fully supports Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit, including User Account Control and Fast User Switching. Another important feature of Radmin 3 is its extremely reliable security system, which provides a very high level of data protection from interception or all types of malicious attacks. Radmin 3 demonstrates a remarkable increase of security due to its integration with professional developments such as Windows Security, 256 bit AES data encryption for all data transferred, NTLM/Kerberos and Active Directory support. User authentication is substantiated by a modified Diffie-Hellman 2048 bit algorithm. The new increased levels of Radmin Security protect all the active data on the network. Access rights are individual for each user. Special IP-filter tables restrict access to specific IP addresses and sub-networks.
With Radmin software your helpdesk technicians can remotely control user PC anywhere on a LAN, WAN or the Internet. Radmin is extremely popular among telecommuters and mobile travelers and widely used by big corporations for the network management and helpdesk.
Highest Speed of Work
Radmin is the fastest remote control software available anywhere. Its new DirectScreenTransfer™ technology uses a video hook kernel mode driver to boost the capture rate to hundreds of screen updates per second. Its special low-bandwidth optimizations lets you work comfortably even on dial-up modem and GPRS connections.
Full compatibility with Windows Vista
Radmin 3.2 fully supports Windows Vista 32-bit and 64-bit, including User Account Control and Fast User Switching. Radmin Server 3.2 supports Windows Vista/XP/2008/2003/2000 (32-bit) and Windows Vista/XP/2008/2003 (64-bit) operating systems. Radmin Viewer 3.2 supports Windows Vista/XP/2008/2003/2000/ME/98/95/NT4.0 (32-bit) and Windows Vista/XP/2008/2003 (64-bit) operating systems.
Highest Security Level
Radmin works in encrypted mode where all data, screen images, mouse movements and keyboard signals are encrypted using 256-Bit AES strong encryption with randomly generated keys for each connection. For user authentication Radmin can use either Windows security with Active Directory and Kerberos support, or its own security with individual user permissions and secure login/password authentications. Radmin security uses Diffie-Hellman based key exchange with 2048-bit key size. Additional IP filters restrict access to specific hosts and networks.
Text and Voice Chat
Text Chat, Voice Chat and Send Message modes, which are new for Radmin version 3, all were developed to help you communicate with a person who operates a remote computer that you are connecting to.
Easy to use
Radmin is very user-friendly. Most of our users agree that the major advantage of Radmin is its simplicity. All report that the interface is intuitive and the program is very easy to use. Unlike bloatware, Radmin has no useless 'value added' features that makes it difficult to work with, complex to learn, or that crushes its performance.
Secure "Drag and Drop" file Transfer with "Delta Copy" feature
With Radmin you can securely drag and drop any files via its Explorer-like interface to or from a remote computer in encrypted mode. Radmin has a feature it uses when copying files that allows updating of only that part of a file which is different on both machines. This feature is called "Delta Copy" since only the difference between files ('delta') is copied. It lets you continue copying after a network fault from the place where the fault occurred rather than from the beginning. This feature is used automatically when any file is being copied to or from the remote machine.
Multiple Connections Support
Radmin supports simultaneous multiple connections to the same remote screen. This means that you can invite your friends or colleagues to view your screen remotely (very handy for conferencing) or you can view or control several remote screens from your own computer's screen (very handy for remote helpdesk or teaching).