Radmin Viewer 3.4

by admin December 23, 2009 at 5:50 pm

In addition to its primary function – transferring a screen’s image from another computer – Radmin takes care of other things administrators and regular users need to do often.

Radmin makes copying files between computers very easy. Using Radmin’s file transfer mode, you can copy a file to or from a computer a thousands miles away that is not on the same network. Before Radmin you had to use an intermediate FTP server or LAN file server, fiddle with email attachments or even move the files manually on CD-RW or floppies. Radmin lets you securely copy them directly, via an explorer like interface.

Another very useful feature of Radmin is that you can connect to a remote computer in Telnet mode. This lets you work on the remote computer through command-line so only text commands are transferred (input stream) to it and received (output stream) from it. This allows you to not interfere with a user operating the remote computer, but to work concurrently and independently – it’s almost like a terminal service (only limited to command-line mode). A huge bonus with this method is traffic economy, which is thousands of times less than graphical mode.

Radmin Viewer 3 offers fresh Windows Vista/XP-styled user interface and a lot of useful features.

» Needs to be installed on the local computer
» Supports Windows 7/Vista/XP/2008/2003/2000 (32-bit and 64-bit)

Download: Radmin Viewer 3.4