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About DameWare Mini Remote Control

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DameWare Mini Remote Control is a centralized remote control applications for computers running a variety of operating systems. In short, Mini Remote Control allows you to view and control remote systems and chat with end-users in a single application. The following is a summary of the major features of Mini Remote Control:

  • Connect to computers running a variety of Windows operating systems (32-bit and 64-bit), including:

    • Windows Vista

    • Windows Server 2008 (including R2)

    • Windows 7

    • Windows Server 2012 (including R2)

    • Windows 8

    • Windows 8.1

    • Windows 10

  • Connect to computers running a variety of Linux operating systems - such as Debian, CentOS, Red Hat, Ubuntu, or Fedora - with VNC enabled

  • Connect to computers running Mac OS X with VNC enabled

  • Chat with end users with the Mini Chat feature

  • Take screenshots inside Mini Remote Control sessions for reference and record keeping

  • Manage a list of favorite systems to keep track of credentials and addresses

  • Deploy the Mini Remote Control client agent service on the fly when you try to connect to systems that do not already have it installed

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