DameWare NT Utilities
A Complete Remote Windows Admin Solution
Take Windows administration to the next level. Manage it all right from your desk – around the office or around the world.
DameWare NT Utilities (DNTU) provides an integrated collection of Microsoft Windows administration utilities within a centralized interface for remote management of Windows servers, workstations, desktops, and laptops. An intuitive, Explorer-type interface delivers streamlined access to customized versions of Windows administration utilities, many that DameWare has greatly enhanced to provide superior performance, added functionality, and ease of use.
DNTU contains several custom tools including the DameWare Mini Remote Control (DMRC) program, and supports the use of standard shell property pages and shell context menus
DameWare NT Utilities supports management of domains, workstations, disk drives, event logs, local groups, global groups, domain members, open files, printers, processes, properties, registry, services, sessions, shares, shut down/reboot, software, terminal services/RDP, users, and wake-on-LAN — just to name a few.
DameWare NT Utilities supports legacy (non-AD) Microsoft Windows Network implementation via a dynamic “Microsoft Windows Network” browser tree view. Domain controllers, servers and workstations, as well as non-browseable machines (machines that by default are not shown in Microsoft’s Windows Network Browser) can easily be managed via machine name or IP address after being added to the network browser tree view.
Mini Remote Control
DameWare NT Utilities (DNTU) also includes the DameWare Mini Remote Control program for fast and easy deployment and troubleshooting. Mini Remote Control’s powerful feature set and light footprint makes it a favorite remote administration tool among IT pros. Just click to connect, and features including screen sharing, full multiple monitor support, and NAT pass through are instantly available.
New! Chat online with the remote user as you troubleshoot or configure their machine, and simply click to quickly capture and save screenshots from the remote machine.
Easily export information from remote Windows 7/2008/Vista/2003/XP/2000/NT machines, including information about computers, disk drives, groups, printers, members, services, shares, software, users, and information via WMI (Windows Managements Instrumentation) classes. Save the files in common formats including XML and CSV.