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Radmin

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Radmin
Developer(s)Famatech
Stable release
3.5.2[1]
Engine
    Operating systemMicrosoft Windows (10/8/Server 2012/7/Server 2008/Vista/XP/Server 2003/2000)
    TypeRemote administration
    LicenseProprietary
    Websitewww.radmin.com

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    Radmin — is a proprietary computer software for technical support, system administration and remote work for Microsoft Windows. The software enables users work on a remote computer/multiple computers in real-time. Users see the remote computer's screen in a resizable window on their own monitor, or as the full screen. The mouse and keyboard control the remote computer. It is an easy and use software, that the VPN is launched. It allows security features of that.

    Key features include:

    • Security: Provides you with a secure VPN tunnel. Encryption keeps your connection safe.
    • High speed: The connection speed is up to 100Mbps.
    • Reliability: Radmin VPN does not malfunction after months of continuous operation.
    • Ease-of-use: Easy to set-up, easy to manage for both – IT Pros and home techs.

    Principle of operation[edit]

    Radmin consists of two separate modules:

    • Radmin Server, which is installed on a remote computer.
    • Radmin Viewer on the local computer that shows the remote screen display on your own monitor.

    All mouse movements and keyboard signals are transferred from the local computer directly to the remote computer over the network (via LAN or Internet), relaying the graphical screen updates back in the other direction. Radmin Server uses the mirror driver (also known as video hook driver) to read the remote screen bypassing video display controller. Mirror driver allows to read only changing parts of the screen.

    Version history[edit]

    Radmin (Remote Administrator) was originally developed by Dmitry Znosko in 1999. At present he is the CEO of Famatech.

    • Remote Administrator 2.2 was released 16 June 2004. The users and the developers shortened the name of the software to RAdmin.

    Current version is officially called Radmin 3 and was released 13 February 2007.[2]

    • The minor update Radmin 3.01 was released 3 July 2007.[3]
    • Version Radmin 3.1 with 64-bit versions of Windows support was released on 2 November 2007.
    • Version Radmin 3.2 came out 25 April 2008 and supports Windows Vista SP1 both 32-bit and 64-bit editions and Windows Server 2008.[4]
    • In Radmin 3.3 released 19 November 2008 the support for Intel AMT features was introduced.
    • Current version[needs update] is Radmin 3.5.2 which supports Windows 10 (32- and 64-bit). Radmin 3.5.2 was released on 14 December 2017[5]

    Radmin Viewer is functioning under UNIX-like operating systems through Wine[6]

    Features[edit]

    Connection modes:[7]

    • Full control - shows you desktop of the remote computer and allows you to control it with your local mouse and keyboard.
    • View only - the same as full control mode, but only allows you to view the remote computer screen.
    • Telnet - text-mode connection to the remote computer to use system commands and launch text-mode applications without a graphical interface.
    • File transfer - lets you manipulate remote computers files and folders. Supports two-way file transfer with an auto-resume feature.
    • Shutdown - special connection to shut down the remote computer.
    • Text and voice chat - lets you converse with all users who are connected to the same computer via text chat or talk using a microphone.
    • Send message - sends a text message that pops up on the remote computer.

    Security[edit]

    Radmin security options include:

    • Advanced 256-Bit AES strong encryption of all data streams.
    • Ability to use either Windows Security or Radmin Security.
    • Windows security 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 and Kerberos authentication.[8]
    • Radmin security supports different permissions for the users added to the Radmin Server access list. Radmin uses a new Diffie-Hellman based key exchange with 2048-bit key size for secure user authentication.[9]
    • IP Filter permits access to Radmin Server only from specified IP addresses and networks.
    • DNS name and user name info added to the logfile.
    • Smart protection from password guessing.

    Limitations[edit]

    One limitation is that when connected to a remote computer the remote keyboard layout is always used. This means typing some characters on your local keyboard could result in the wrong character being printed on the remote computer.[10]

    In comparison with some competitors another limitation of Radmin use is the inability to work with a remote computer that has a private IP address (by passing NAT).[11]

    See also[edit]

    • Comparison of remote desktop software
    • Remote access
    • Remote administration
    • Remote Assistance Software
    • Terminal Services
    • Virtual Network Computing
    • Help desk

    References[edit]

    1. "Radmin update: version 3.5.2 has been released!". Spiceworks.com. 2017-12-14.
    2. "Microsoft Windows Vista Compatible Radmin 3.0 is Released" (Press release). PR.com. 2007-02-13.
    3. "Famatech has released an updated Radmin 3.01". News by Famatech. 2007-07-03.
    4. "Famatech releases Radmin 3.2 in support of latest Microsoft Vista and Server updates" (Press release). Famatech. 2008-04-28.
    5. "Radmin update: version 3.5.2 has been released!". Spiceworks.com. 2017-12-14.
    6. http://www.winehq.com/pipermail/wine-users/2005-March/017493.html.
    7. "Radmin 3.0 User Manual" (PDF). Famatech. 2007-03-06.
    8. "Radmin 3.5.2.1 - Product review". Daily Softexia. 2017-12-20.
    9. "Radmin Review". Business.com. 2018-01-12.
    10. "Radmin forum".
    11. "Radmin forum".

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