Networking Remote Monitoring RemotelyAnywhere Workstation Edition

RemotelyAnywhere Workstation Edition 12.4.4026 for Windows

by 3am Labs Ltd.

Avg. Rating 4.2 (64 votes)

File Details

File Size 33.1 MB
License Shareware, $99.00
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 15,812
Publisher 3am Labs Ltd.
Homepage RemotelyAnywhere
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

RemotelyAnywhere is a small HTTP daemon that must be installed on a Windows NT computer. You can then access that computer over the network via TCP/IP from any other machine capable of running a browser. You'll be able to manage services, processes, users, files. It empowers you with remote control, remote booting, etc. And best of all, you don't need any sort of special client software, apart from a javascript-enabled browser.

Workstation Edition helps system administrators keep IT systems up and computer users happy by offering the industry's richest remote-support toolkit. Support staff can often detect, diagnose, and solve problems faster than local support using built-in operating system functions. Background access means the user need not be interrupted during the implementation of solutions.

Latest Reviews

SuzzyWoozy

SuzzyWoozy reviewed v10.0.2100 on Oct 20, 2011

First of all this is not freeware - there is the standard version that has an expiration date (update: I see the fileforum changed the description).

Secondly, this is not "the best remote application" it is merely a centralized gui for putty, VNC, pcAnywhere, etc - you need to buy license and install all the other third party remote software in order to make it work. For instance, you need pcAnywhere which makes me wondering why paying 3am Labs Ltd. for something you already have.

If for instance you are only using free remote solution (putty, VNC, RDC) then I suggest trying mRemoteNG, which is open source and truly freeware.

I only see corporate users interested in this and I will rate it 4 stars for the nice interface tough.

Yanco

Yanco reviewed v8.0.747 on Jul 16, 2008

This is a best remote aplication to exist to day, remember that.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v8.0.747 on Jul 15, 2008

Giving this one a 3. It works as it should, but it's not freeware either. Cost 100 bucks and add another 200 if you want the server edition. If I was going to pay for such a tool, pcAnywhere has a LOT more features and if you ask me, a MUCH better piece of software. VNC of course is still freeware and logmein has become quite popular and also has a freeware version.

PostDeals

PostDeals reviewed v7.50.595 Beta on Apr 8, 2007

Great app but I really like www.logmein.com I have the free version and it rocks.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v7.50.595 Beta on Apr 7, 2007

Great app. Best in its kind, imho.

uberfly

uberfly reviewed v7.50.595 Beta on Apr 7, 2007

Don't you love it when dipwads like bugmenot rate software based on some fanboy love of some other app they have an unfathomable crush on. You ever try RemotelyAnywhere? No- but that would probably be asking too much.

RA has always been rock-solid. The company I work for has been using it for years without a hitch. Full featured, almost to a fault.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v7.50.592 Beta on Mar 28, 2007

Best RA app, in my opinion.

Pegusis2

Pegusis2 reviewed v7.50.592 Beta on Mar 27, 2007

I've been using RA for about 7 years... next best thing to being there.

I personally have not had any problems with this software... ever.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v7.50.586 Beta on Mar 8, 2007

Best rd software, imho.

phrentec

phrentec reviewed v5.0 on Jun 16, 2003

only reason worth using instead of vnc or remotelyanything is it's built in auto http tunneling which allows a no hassle way for remoting behind proxy and firewalls. remotelyanything requires you to go through its seperat directory server and doesn't have a way to access through a browser although it is smaller and faster.

Avg. Rating 4.2 (64 votes)
Your Rating
SuzzyWoozy

SuzzyWoozy reviewed v10.0.2100 on Oct 20, 2011

First of all this is not freeware - there is the standard version that has an expiration date (update: I see the fileforum changed the description).

Secondly, this is not "the best remote application" it is merely a centralized gui for putty, VNC, pcAnywhere, etc - you need to buy license and install all the other third party remote software in order to make it work. For instance, you need pcAnywhere which makes me wondering why paying 3am Labs Ltd. for something you already have.

If for instance you are only using free remote solution (putty, VNC, RDC) then I suggest trying mRemoteNG, which is open source and truly freeware.

I only see corporate users interested in this and I will rate it 4 stars for the nice interface tough.

Yanco

Yanco reviewed v8.0.747 on Jul 16, 2008

This is a best remote aplication to exist to day, remember that.

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v8.0.747 on Jul 15, 2008

Giving this one a 3. It works as it should, but it's not freeware either. Cost 100 bucks and add another 200 if you want the server edition. If I was going to pay for such a tool, pcAnywhere has a LOT more features and if you ask me, a MUCH better piece of software. VNC of course is still freeware and logmein has become quite popular and also has a freeware version.

PostDeals

PostDeals reviewed v7.50.595 Beta on Apr 8, 2007

Great app but I really like www.logmein.com I have the free version and it rocks.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v7.50.595 Beta on Apr 7, 2007

Great app. Best in its kind, imho.

uberfly

uberfly reviewed v7.50.595 Beta on Apr 7, 2007

Don't you love it when dipwads like bugmenot rate software based on some fanboy love of some other app they have an unfathomable crush on. You ever try RemotelyAnywhere? No- but that would probably be asking too much.

RA has always been rock-solid. The company I work for has been using it for years without a hitch. Full featured, almost to a fault.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v7.50.592 Beta on Mar 28, 2007

Best RA app, in my opinion.

Pegusis2

Pegusis2 reviewed v7.50.592 Beta on Mar 27, 2007

I've been using RA for about 7 years... next best thing to being there.

I personally have not had any problems with this software... ever.

Diam0nd

Diam0nd reviewed v7.50.586 Beta on Mar 8, 2007

Best rd software, imho.

phrentec

phrentec reviewed v5.0 on Jun 16, 2003

only reason worth using instead of vnc or remotelyanything is it's built in auto http tunneling which allows a no hassle way for remoting behind proxy and firewalls. remotelyanything requires you to go through its seperat directory server and doesn't have a way to access through a browser although it is smaller and faster.

bid

bid reviewed v5.0.402 Beta Preview on May 29, 2003

I have to say that version 5 is a big jump for RemotelyAnywhere. Not only did they come up with eye pleasing look, they also provided the links to RemoteControl and FileTranfer on the left (two of my most used links). They also provided an option to not ask the interactive user, which comes in handy for me becuz no one else uses my server. The FileTransfer Applet has finally evolved too and there are lots of other nifty features like sending emails when IP changes amoung other things. THe only downside is that it's still not free of course. I'm looking forward to see how they price their three different versions.

nize

nize reviewed v4.60.305 on Oct 31, 2002

Actually, there are alternatives - Tightvnc has some of the features that RA supplies. However, RA is faster and gives the user much more flexibilty when it comes to managing a server (or whatever) remotely. This is probably the best option there is right now if you need a web interface. The downside is partly that it is a bit pricy - $99 is far to expensive for an average user - and that it still is somewhat buggy; the SSL stopped working after a couple of weeks and it crashed my computer when changing the resolution for better speed. With that said, RA is functionality-wise the best web interfaced remote admin tool on the market right now, and even without optimizing the graphics it's actually still surprisingly fast.

DJWesley2K

DJWesley2K reviewed v4.50.297 on Jul 24, 2002

To the "airhead" below that gave the poor rating and said that this program is NOT as good as Remote Administrator, take note to this:
Can you access a remote computer from ANY computer with a web browser, WITHOUT installing a client application ... using Remote Administrator?

Don't you think that it would be very UN-secure to go from machine to machine installing clients just to access the server machine?

bobad

bobad reviewed v4.50.297 on Jul 24, 2002

Packet SNiffer simply spits forth alot of raw data, and one obviously needs to know what he's doing to derive any use from this program. Most people do not have time to study a program such as this to see if it would benefit them. Most of us already have firewalls, and most of us hate Zone alarm because it's defective. Here's what the average person needs to know: 1. Is MS or any of your installed software trying to scan your system? 2. Is MS or any of your installed software phoning home? 3. The ability to CLAMP the bas****s without disabling normal port function or permanently disabling cable modem as in ZA. (bobad@charter.net)

thoerr

thoerr reviewed v4.40.293 on Jun 28, 2002

What would you want to pay for this for when you can get virtualy the same thing for free?

http://www.tightvnc.com/

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