Starts at $259
Fully functional for 14 days
Remotely control Windows®, Linux®, and Mac OS® X computers, laptops, and servers from a single console.
Use remote session tools including chat messenger, screenshot capture, file transfer, and more.
Remotely connect to out-of-band computers with Intel® vPro™ with AMT, Wake on LAN, and KVM support.
Enforce two-factor authentication in security sensitive environments using Smart Card logon and authentication.
Licensed based only on number of technician logins. No limit to number of computers & end-users supported.
Create & bulk-deploy custom MSI packages for the installation of the client agents in remote systems.
Exchange information with remote end-users as you troubleshoot their systems.
Take screenshots of remote computers with a single click and save them on your computer.
Share files with end-users using simple drag-and-drop file transfers.
In the centralized mode, you can centrally manage user accounts and permissions, and activate all DameWare licenses from a single location.
Connect to multiple remote computers simultaneously and easily switch sessions.
Define flexible user access permissions for remote control based on user requirements and company policy.
Native integration with Web Help Desk® speeds up service delivery. Launch remote administration sessions directly from help desk console.
Automate discovery of user accounts from Active Directory® groups, and periodically sync for updates. Allow single sign-on with AD credentials.
DameWare Mini Remote Control is licensed per user, not per computer, with no additional fees for client agents installed by the program. The number of licenses required must correspond with the actual number of people that use the software. For example, if there are 10 technicians that will be running the software and connecting to 10,000 remote machines, a 10-user license is required.
Each user license allows for three separate installations (for example: desktop, laptop, and home computer). A user installing in three separate locations will still be covered under the license provided that they are the only person running the software on those additional machines.