PC management specialist Vector Networks has announced major enhancements to NetSupport PC-Duo, PC remote view and control software. Version 4.1 of NetSupport PC-Duo offers tighter NT security and greater manageability in the 32-bit environment.
With its new multi-threaded 32-bit Control and Client implementations, PC-Duo Version 4.1 provides a new level of power and flexibility in supporting today's desktops. Main features include the ability to concurrently view and control multiple client desktops or NT Server systems. All key functions, including the background remote program execute, are now available through scripting, enabling a wide range of data processing and desktop management tasks to be scheduled for automated operation.
The Console look and feel has been completely revamped, with clients and client groups organised in an Explorer style tree view, alongside a list view. Version 4.1 also introduces enhanced security features, including tighter linkage with NT security, and flexibility in defining the security characteristics to be applied to any particular control-to-client connection.
In addition, the control console now supports profiling, enabling the PC-Duo manager to configure control stations to suit the skills and security status of individual operators.
PC-Duo prices range from #495 for a 10 PC starter pack, to #29 per PC at 250 PCs, with further volume discounts available. A demonstration version can be downloaded from Vector Networks' Web site.
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