I read on this forum about NetOp, an application just like Radmin. I tested it today in my LAN with a willing friend and we were impressed by it. It already does what Radmin 3.0 WILL do, we simply love it for the speed, quality, features. Although I didn't "play" a lot with NetOp, what I've seen so far convinced me. We're replacing Radmin at work with NetOp for sure. Sorry Radmin team...
Cannot verify the stated advantages of NetOp,
still the most current version has problems in sharing clipboard. The company I am working for ships their machine interfaces with NetOp. The only advantage of NetOp I found out so far is that it works without TCP/IP, seems to install own sockets. PC Anywhere? I don't want all the additional symantec features being installed. I also used a administration programme which is now owned by Compaq, had been expensive and the video hook did not let one distinguish checkhooks on the remote machine. So I am still using RAdmin on the machines I am developing on, but only during development.
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