Are there some good apps for Active Directory (VMware/Server also if possible) remote management?
JustPassingBy 34 weeks ago
As a part of the company IT support department, On daily basis I would receive requests about reset password, unlock account etc, also I got some ESXi hosts with couple servers that I need to keep monitoring/maintaining.
It is not a problem at all if I'm in company (otherwise I fail so hard at my job lol) but if I happened to be on the go (i.e on site support for clients or just on trip/vacation), sometimes it just not so convenient to do RDP/VPN/SSH. ( tried the Microsoft RDP app its not bad at all, but not really enjoy using it on a mobile device)
I'm fine with them but just wondering in this so called era of mobile, if there are some good apps that allow me to remote access and do some common tasks in like reset password, unlock accounts etc on my tablet/phone (android preferred).I've tried couple of apps but no good experience yet. I don't mind switching to different app for monitoring VMware/server management, but if there is some any all-in-one solution (with reasonable price) it'd be most appreciated.Any suggestions? thanks a lot :)
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