Networking Remote Monitoring SmartCode VNC Manager Enterprise

SmartCode VNC Manager Enterprise 6.18.0 for Windows

by SmartCode Solutions

Avg. Rating 4.1 (154 votes)

File Details

File Size 31.9 MB
License Shareware, $128.75
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 9,593
Publisher SmartCode Solutions
Homepage SmartCode VNC Manager

Publisher's Description

SmartCode VNC Manager is a powerful yet easy to use remote computer administration and monitoring software application. With SmartCode VNC Manager you can take remote control of any computers running VNC, Remote Desktop Services, Citrix ICA, Microsoft Hyper-V, Microsoft Virtual Server 2005, RAdmin, SSH, TemaViewer, Dameware, HP Remote Graphics or Telnet servers. In addition to this, it comes packed with more than 30 remote administration tools.

Latest Reviews

ron_marz

ron_marz reviewed v4.5.7.0 on Feb 25, 2009

If you can get by with freeware UltraVNC, you probably wouldn't see the point oif SmartCode. For me, SmartCode is worth every penny.

iampedro

iampedro reviewed v3.5.19.0 on Aug 9, 2006

This program is great and if you need help you can always contact the developer and he is able to work with you.. There are some great new features that are going to be coming out in the future and I look foward to using this great program through out my career.

guti

guti reviewed v3.0.21.0 Beta on Aug 24, 2005

Very good looking interface, and some advanced features.

Unfortunatelly, with the standard TightVNC or UltraVNC, most users can satisfy their needs, so their is no need to download a 10 Mb file, nor pay for a shareware product.

Tokar

Tokar reviewed v2.5.84.0 on Jul 28, 2005

Steve why dont you list your software on here and let the community have their say about your product?

klunde

klunde reviewed v2.5.71.0 on Feb 8, 2005

Hey sbostedor, you couldn't be more wrong about VNCscan - Its almost hard to compare it to SmartCode VNC Manager. SmartCode VNC Manager has tons of options that I never have seen in vncscan. SmartCode VNC Manager has thumbnailing (Excellent for monitoring a lot of servers in one go), scaling, tabbed interface (ala firefox/netcaptor/opera), wake-on-lan, powerful network scanning and a lot more. Who cares how long your software has been around when it can't compare with SmartCodes functionallity, its like saying You should use edlin to edit files since its been around so long.

averkiev

averkiev reviewed v2.5.71.0 on Feb 8, 2005

Please don't pay much attention to a reviewer from VNCScan. He is desperately trying to sell his software, which nobody seems buying. Just try his "the very best" VNCScan, compare it to SmartCode VNC Manager and judge for yourself.

New version, yeah… you added a custom tools and some freak server, which nobody will use, ever…
Keep doing it the same way; it's just better for SmartCode.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v2.5.58.0 Beta on Oct 26, 2004

Good, but only in a pinch... it runs slow. Too slow for my liking, even on a LAN. If you're going to pay for something like this, then pay for NetOp. it's fast, flexible, allows for total stealth, voice-over capability to where you can actually send a VERBALLY SPOKEN message to a user while they're at their PC... a deployment utility, and some other cool stuff. Middle of the road because it really does work, just not the way I'd like it to.

Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v1.3.75 on Apr 23, 2003

I use the freewaretool VNC-Client, because I am a student at the 9class. My pocket-money is scarce in the time of something. Therefore I cannot support SmartCode VNC.

klunde

klunde reviewed v1.0.26.0 Beta on Feb 27, 2003

While still in beta I find this program very handy and with very good potential to be a great Manager for all our VNC controlled computers. New interesting features are added almost daily now and for me the Thumbnail function is very good when monitoring several computers at once.

averkiev

averkiev reviewed v1.0.26.0 Beta on Feb 26, 2003

Automatic network scanning and active servers auto discovery is one of the main features planed to be implemented in the nearest future.

Avg. Rating 4.1 (154 votes)
Your Rating
ron_marz

ron_marz reviewed v4.5.7.0 on Feb 25, 2009

If you can get by with freeware UltraVNC, you probably wouldn't see the point oif SmartCode. For me, SmartCode is worth every penny.

iampedro

iampedro reviewed v3.5.19.0 on Aug 9, 2006

This program is great and if you need help you can always contact the developer and he is able to work with you.. There are some great new features that are going to be coming out in the future and I look foward to using this great program through out my career.

guti

guti reviewed v3.0.21.0 Beta on Aug 24, 2005

Very good looking interface, and some advanced features.

Unfortunatelly, with the standard TightVNC or UltraVNC, most users can satisfy their needs, so their is no need to download a 10 Mb file, nor pay for a shareware product.

Tokar

Tokar reviewed v2.5.84.0 on Jul 28, 2005

Steve why dont you list your software on here and let the community have their say about your product?

klunde

klunde reviewed v2.5.71.0 on Feb 8, 2005

Hey sbostedor, you couldn't be more wrong about VNCscan - Its almost hard to compare it to SmartCode VNC Manager. SmartCode VNC Manager has tons of options that I never have seen in vncscan. SmartCode VNC Manager has thumbnailing (Excellent for monitoring a lot of servers in one go), scaling, tabbed interface (ala firefox/netcaptor/opera), wake-on-lan, powerful network scanning and a lot more. Who cares how long your software has been around when it can't compare with SmartCodes functionallity, its like saying You should use edlin to edit files since its been around so long.

averkiev

averkiev reviewed v2.5.71.0 on Feb 8, 2005

Please don't pay much attention to a reviewer from VNCScan. He is desperately trying to sell his software, which nobody seems buying. Just try his "the very best" VNCScan, compare it to SmartCode VNC Manager and judge for yourself.

New version, yeah… you added a custom tools and some freak server, which nobody will use, ever…
Keep doing it the same way; it's just better for SmartCode.

-Lord-

-Lord- reviewed v2.5.58.0 Beta on Oct 26, 2004

Good, but only in a pinch... it runs slow. Too slow for my liking, even on a LAN. If you're going to pay for something like this, then pay for NetOp. it's fast, flexible, allows for total stealth, voice-over capability to where you can actually send a VERBALLY SPOKEN message to a user while they're at their PC... a deployment utility, and some other cool stuff. Middle of the road because it really does work, just not the way I'd like it to.

Dirk van Hoofen

Dirk van Hoofen reviewed v1.3.75 on Apr 23, 2003

I use the freewaretool VNC-Client, because I am a student at the 9class. My pocket-money is scarce in the time of something. Therefore I cannot support SmartCode VNC.

klunde

klunde reviewed v1.0.26.0 Beta on Feb 27, 2003

While still in beta I find this program very handy and with very good potential to be a great Manager for all our VNC controlled computers. New interesting features are added almost daily now and for me the Thumbnail function is very good when monitoring several computers at once.

averkiev

averkiev reviewed v1.0.26.0 Beta on Feb 26, 2003

Automatic network scanning and active servers auto discovery is one of the main features planed to be implemented in the nearest future.

ziplock

ziplock reviewed v1.0.26.0 Beta on Feb 26, 2003

Great idea, good way to organize connections to many servers and save passwords and settings. It seems like this should be something that should have been included w/ VNC to begin with. Much better than that ridiculous TridiaVNC Pro. I'd like to see this program be able to automatically locate your VNC servers then have you put in the passwords and such for each one that it detects through a quick scan of your local network. And the thumbnails, while an interesting idea, seem pretty useless to me. Particularly if you have VNC set to lock the machine when you close your session.

Hadamona

Hadamona reviewed v1.0.26.0 Beta on Feb 25, 2003

Havn't seen a spelling error like this for a while lol

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