Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 Compatible Remote Control 4.0 Beta Released by IntelliAdmin, LLC

Remote Control 4.0 allows help desk staff to administer and remotely control Windows computers. Unlike similar tools such as RealVNC, PC Anywhere, and RAdmin, Remote Control 4.0 make it easy to find computers With its unique search engine. It can find the computer you are looking for in seconds. A beta can be obtained from http://www.intelliadmin.com/blog/index.php/2009/05/remote-control-40-beta-released/

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Remote Control 4 Beta

Another issue administrators worry about is their staff connecting to computers without permission. Remote control 4.0 can be configured with group policy to require administrators to ask before connecting.

Rochester, MI (PRWEB) June 8, 2009

Remote Control 4.0 allows administrators to administer and remotely control Windows machines, without having to dig through address books, or lists of computers.

Co-founder Steve Wiseman says, "Many remote control solutions have an address book, or a list of computers you can connect to, but Remote Control 4.0 goes beyond that and remembers computer names, user names and other information about a remote computer. That way, the next time a user calls the help desk you can find their system in seconds"

The computer search within Remote Control 4.0 has been tested with over 10,000 computer listings and can find a single computer in seconds.

"Another issue administrators worry about is their staff connecting to computers without permission. Remote control 4.0 can be configured with group policy to require administrators to ask before connecting. "

The Remote Control 4.0 beta can be found at http://www.intelliadmin.com/blog/index.php/2009/05/remote-control-40-beta-released/

While the beta is in progress, a pre-order license can be obtained by purchasing version 3.2 for $188 US.

It is compatible with Windows NT, 2000, XP and 2003, Vista, Windows 7 and all 64 bit versions of Windows

IntelliAdmin, LLC provides utilities for Windows, and Steve Wiseman blogs regularly about Windows administration issues at http://www.intelliadmin.com/blog

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