The Radmin Viewer interface is optimized to be as user friendly as possible.
Radmin provides a phonebook with an explorer-like interface, folders and drag-and-drop support that allows the user to organize remote computers and change settings for individual records. All phonebook records are stored in a file that can be exported or imported.
Radmin contains a multilanguage engine to use language modules that are available for download from the Famatech website.
A high-speed, multi-threaded scanner allowing users to determine the hosts from the phonebook that are currently running Radmin Server.
Creates a one-click shortcut to any remote computer from its phonebook record.
Radmin Viewer window can be configured so it minimizes into your system tray when you are not using it.
Radmin uses a video hook kernel mode driver under Windows 7/2008/Vista/2003/XP/2000 to capture screen changes. This boosts the capture rate to hundreds of screen updates per second.
Radmin uses cutting-edge programming techniques to capture remote screen changes, pack them and transfer them via an encrypted connection to the Viewer.
There is no limit to the maximum display resolution Radmin can capture.
If the remote computer's desktop spawns multiple monitors, Radmin Viewer can display either the entire remote desktop or a specified monitor image.
Full-screen mode shows the remote screen full-size on your own monitor. Scaled mode lets you see the remote screen scaled down to fit a window on your local computer's monitor. Scaled images are antialiased to improve quality and readability, with option to keep aspect ratio.
Fully supports displaying animated and alpha-blended remote computer cursors. Can be configured to display remote computer cursors in different ways.
Accurately transfers mouse wheel actions to the remote computer.
Radmin Viewer will operate normally when the local computers has more than one monitor connected and active.
Radmin Viewer can be configured so special keyboard shortcuts (Alt+Tab etc.) will affect the remote computer.
Radmin lets you define shortcuts for its commands, such as sending a Ctrl+Alt+Del combination to a remote computer or switching from full screen to a windowed view mode.
Radmin lets you copy local clipboard text into remote computer's clipboard and vice-versa. Unicode clipboard content is fully supported.
Real-time display of the remote computer's screen and the ability to control it in 'Full Control' mode.
Lets you transfer files easily between computers.
Lets you reboot or shutdown the remote computer with two mouse clicks.
You can execute command and programs on a remote computer using a command-line interface when connected using Radmin's Telnet mode.
Real-time audio chat using microphone and speakers. Your voice transfers clearly even with low-speed modem connections.
Real-time chat using text messages. Multiple public and private channels, syntax coloring and away-from-computer tracking are available.
Allows the user to send short text messages to a remote computer that is running Radmin Server.
This is a special connection that enables you to turn a remote computer on or off, manage the remote computers BIOS settings, control the remote computers boot process before the operating system is loaded and boot the remote computer from a local CD or from an ISO file.
The server keeps connections when users are switched on Windows Vista and Windows 7.
The server can accept multiple incoming connections. A client can simultaneously connect to different servers as well as to a single server in different connection modes.
Works as a service, enabling connections when no user is logged on the remote computer, and can log required users on and off.
If the remote computer has multiple monitors connected and active, Radmin Server can transfer either the entire desktop or a specified monitor image.
Captures any remote computer cursor and sends its appearance back to Radmin Viewer. Fully supports animated and alpha-blended cursors.
Radmin generates unique 256-bit keys for each connection and encrypts data streams using highly secure AES algorithms. Encryption is always enabled.
Supports different permissions for specific users or user groups from a Primary Domain, Trusted Domains and the Active Directory. Supports automatic use of logged-in user credentials.
Supports different permissions for the users added to the Radmin Server access list. Radmin uses a Diffie-Hellman based key exchange with 2048-bit key size for secure user authentication.
Permits access to Radmin Server only from specified IP addresses and networks.
Writes all information concerning connections, including the user name, DNS name and IP address, to a log file.
Will suspend accepting new connections after five attempts with incorrect passwords, preventing attempts to guess the password.