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PC compatibles on local and remote systems with Pentium II/III 600 or higher.
On the Local System:
Windows® Server 2008, Vista, XP, Server 2003/R2, 2000 and NT 4.0 Sp6a operating systems (32-bit and 64-bit).
On the Remote System:
Windows® Server 2008, Vista Business, Ultimate and Enterprise, XP Pro, Server 2003/R2, 2000 and NT 4.0 Sp6a operating systems (32-bit and 64-bit).
You do not need Administrator privileges to run AWRC, you need to have Administrator privileges on the remote machine for the connection to succeed.
64 MB of RAM (128 MB or more recommended).
Microsoft Networks, i.e, Client for Microsoft Networks installed on both local and remote machines and File and Printer sharing enabled at least on the remote machine.
Your log-in credentials must have Administrator's privileges on the remote machine or you must be able to supply a User Name/Password of an account in the Administrator's group of the remote machine.
Lets you manage servers and workstations from your local computer. AWRC does not require that you install any software on the remote machine.
This turns the software particularly useful for accessing remote machines without any previous preparation.
AWRC provides lots of powerful tools for remote management and audit.
With such tools you will be able to perform operations on the remote system that privileged remote interactive users himself could only dream about. With AWRC you have the knowledge and capabilities to do virtually anything on the remote computer.
Here are some key features of "Atelier Web Remote Commander":
Ã‚Â· Access to the remote computer desktop enabling the launch of software with the mouse or keyboard.
Ã‚Â· Simulates all keystrokes on the remote keyboard computer.
Ã‚Â· Wakes-up from screen-savers with a mouse-click or keystroke. Deals with password protected screen-savers.
Ã‚Â· Simulates the security attention sequence (Ctrl+Alt+Del) on the remote to enable logon and on the default desktop. The default hotkey is Ctr+Alt+D.
Ã‚Â· Provides access to disks, partitions, folders and files. The partitions or folders are not required to be open shares.
Ã‚Â· Remote files can be downloaded or launched in the remote system. Files can be launched as another user (*****alent to RunAs).
Ã‚Â· Local files can be uploaded to the remote system.
Ã‚Â· Files can be remotely zipped or unzipped.
Ã‚Â· New directories can be made and files and directories can be renamed.
Ã‚Â· Remote files and directories can be deleted, copied or moved.
Ã‚Â· Allows sending or receiving the Clipboard *******s: text, pictures and other standard Windows Clipboard formats.
Ã‚Â· Provides partition information, namely File System, Type, Serial Number, Volume Label, Capacity and Free space.
Ã‚Â· Allows visualization of shares.
Ã‚Â· Allows visualization of users list and account details as well as Local and Global groups.
Ã‚Â· Allows instant retrieval of password hashes, for audit of strong password policy enforcement across the organization.
Ã‚Â· Allows visualization and management of services. Services can be started, stopped, paused, resumed and even unloaded.
Ã‚Â· Allows visualization of processes. Processes can be killed.
Ã‚Â· Allows remote Shutdown, Power-Off and Reboot.
Ã‚Â· System Information (Operating System, Processor, BIOS, Memory, Display Adapter and Logical printers).
Ã‚Â· Complete and detailed Hardware Devices list.
Ã‚Â· Physical memory viewer.
Ã‚Â· Port Finder, which maps applications to open ports.
Ã‚Â· Connections and Listening Ports, TCP statistics, UDP statistics, ICMP statistics, Routing Table, DNS Servers, Persistent Routes, IP Statistics/Settings, Installed Protocols/Protocol Details, Addressing Information Table, Net to Media Table, Interface Statistics/Settings.
Ã‚Â· Chat facility for conversation with a remote interactive user.
Ã‚Â· Provides antialiased scaling of remote desktop for comfortable viewing on the local computer.
Ã‚Â· Uses Windows authentication, which guarantees that only individuals with Administrator privileges on the remote system are able to connect (strong passwords are obviously recommended).
Ã‚Â· Can use strong encryption to keep the information out of reach from prying eyes.
Ã‚Â· Request authorization feature for obtaining approval from remote before initiating operations.
Ã‚Â· Transparent to Firewalls.
Ã‚Â· Works within the company's Microsoft Networks LANs and across the Internet.
Ã‚Â· Does not open any ports - it is absolutely transparent to any firewall, providing the Microsoft Networks operation is not blocked by the firewall.
Ã‚Â· PC compatibles on local and remote systems with Pentium II/III 600 or higher.
Ã‚Â· WindowsÃ‚Â® NT 4.0, 2000, XP, Server 2003 on local and WindowsÃ‚Â® NT 4.0, 2000, XP Pro, Server 2003 on remote systems.
Ã‚Â· You will need Administrator privileges to install and run AWRC
Ã‚Â· 64 MB of RAM (128 MB or more recommended).
Ã‚Â· Microsoft Networks, i.e, Client for Microsoft Networks installed on both local and remote machines and File and Printer sharing enabled at least on the remote machine.
Ã‚Â· Your log-in credentials must have Administrator's privileges on the remote machine or you must be able to supply a User Name/Password of an account in the Administrator's group of the remote machine.