BBB is just in the US but as the company said. Most of thier customers are english speaking and I assume most are from the US. The BBB will list companies across seas also so it will be on record for any US companies that wish to check them out. No action can be taken against Famatech but it will go on record in the report.
How does Famatech make any money at all on RAdmin 2.1? It costs a lot to develop software, and seems to me like $35 per license won't really cover the expense of running a commerical software development shop. I'm sure there is an explanation, but on the surface it does not make sense. Is it somehow connected to the "release date shell game"? I mean, the Beta viewer is lovely but really shows very little new except stylistic changes. Something does not smell right.
If your not going out of business, you should have a plan for staying in business. This would include updates and new products. So, what plans do we have for RADMIN 3.0, and when should we expect it to arive?
Ok, I run a 2000 Network, so far I have been really satisfied with Radmin. Now the fact that it hasn't had any updates is a problem, but it isn't the end of the world.
Did you guys ever stop to think that this isn't THEIR full time job. I program websites and applications all day to connect to db's, pull up dynamic information, everything, but it's not my full time job. So the project takes longer. Get your guys heads out of your ***es and just deal with it. So what, it was $35 you paid for 1 lisence, so to complain about it is friggin' retarded.
GET A LIFE and USE SOMETHING ELSE THEN.
I use DAMEWARE NT UTILITIES as well as RADMIN. I use it because RADMIN doesn't have a PushInstall feature, which is very useful when you have alot of clients. So instead of complaining about this product, go somewhere else and do us all a favor.
It has been mentioned by many of the folks that work for famatech - that they have programmers working on this full time. What could they be doing? Granted the product only cost $35 for a license - many people have bought hundreds of copies. Myself, I've purchased site licenses and influenced a large number of purchases.
As a customer - I expect updates. As a customer, I expect those updates in a timely manner. I also expect that they will work with current technology.
Well if that is the case, then wtf? Let us know what the heck is going on then. Post updates of what you are doing. Only reason I ask this is because YOU, NOT US, made a release date on your website. Did you hold up to that release date, NO, you did not. So to keep your customers up to date on the behind the scenes would completely help us out in the long run. We wouldn't be so friggin' frustrated at you. I know it's your choice, but if you like losing money, then fine. I know I wouldn't come back to a company that gives false promises. I KNOW YOU WOULD NOT EITHER. So don't give me that same old answer. It's on it's way, it's on it's way, it's on it's way. STOP BSing and put something on the table or just FOLD.
Oh and btw, 3.0 viewer is not always compatible with 2.1, ran into many 2.1 servers rejecting my 3.0 viewer. Just so you know, what your CEO stated, that 3.0 is backwards compatible with 2.1 is a load of donkey doo..
Dude. When a machine hangs, it's already shut down. Sometimes you can't reboot it with the off button on the machine, and have to pull the plug. R_server isn't a kernel, it's a service operating through a working kernel.
The same complainers here about updates are those that say that Microsoft nails people with too many updates! The product works - use it. If it doesn't do what you need it to - go somewhere else. We are all tired of the whining.