When the current user profile (the one you are logged under on the local machine) is added to Radmin's NT Security Permissions with proper rights on the remote machine, you won't be asked for username and password.
Radmin 2.2 does work under Win XP 64-bit. There are some user expirience and hints in the following forum topic: http://www.famatech.com/support/forum/read.php?FID=11&TID=8684. Please try some of those hints.
Let me know if I can be of any other assistance with Famatech products.
Well the program launches just fine, but i cant see it in remote admin.
That's not because the application is written using .NET. The reason is non-standard GUI objects used in the application's window.
There is a Hardware Acceleration option in Windows located at "Start->Control Panel->Display Properties->Settings->Advanced->Troubleshooting->Hardware Acceleration", which has the default set at FULL. Try setting it to NONE on the remote (server) computer. This may solve the problem.
We are planning to port Remote Administrator to PDA's (Pocket PC/Windows Mobile) in the future, but now we are extremely busy with beta-testing of Radmin 3.0. The development of PDA version was not started yet.
Is it (or will it) be possible to give File Transfer access to a specified folder (or groups of folders), rather than the entire workstation?
Unfortunately, it is not possible with Radmin 2.2. As far as I know, Radmin 3.0 will not include such feature either. I agree that this would be a very useful feature. It may be implemented in further versions.
Please follow the advice from janvdweyer. Even if you restrict the user from adding new connections to Radmin Viewer, the user will still be able to connect using command line. So adding the user in question to Radmin's NT Security Permissions list on these 3 hosts only or (if you cannot use NT Security) telling the user passwords for these 3 hosts only is the best solution.
Of course the RAdmin Server log file is located on the remote PC in your scenario and would have to be 'retrieved' perhaps with another file transfer RAdmin session to all your clients (not very practical). Plus I'm not sure a plain text file on the client's PC is the best place for a log that is used for billing that very same client.
Radmin Server allows you to change the location of the logfile. You can set Radmin Server to store the logfile at the remote host using UNC path or a mapped drive.