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NetSupport Manager provides full Remote Control capabilities for Linux systems.

NetSupport Manager Linux Client is compatible with:

OpenSuSE 11.2 and later, SuSE Enterprise 11, SuSE Enterprise Server 11, Ubuntu/Edubuntu 9.04 and later, Debian 5 and 6, Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6, Linux Mint 9 and later and Fedora 12 and later at the time of release.

Desktop Managers: GNOME, KDE, Unity 2D, Ubuntu Classic (No Effects Only), MATE and Cinnamon

Key features when connecting to a Linux system include:

lin Environment
  • Browse and discover systems across your network.
  • An easy-to-use Client Configurator.
  • Connectivity via TCP/IP or HTTP via the included NetSupport Manager Internet Gateway.
lin Remote Control
  • Full Remote Control of the Linux system.
  • Scan multiple clients, allowing you to monitor multiple systems (max 16) at a time.
  • Two-way chat between the Control and Client systems.
  • Send Messages to one, selected or all Client systems.
  • ’Show’ the Control screen to Linux systems.
  • View real time thumbnails of all connected systems.
lin Support Tools
  • Remotely Power On or Off a Linux system.
  • Remotely Logout a Linux system.
  • Remotely Reboot a system.
  • Launch Applications and Scripts remotely for Linux systems.
  • Dynamically gather a full real-time Hardware and Software inventory from any Linux system to aid in problem resolution.
  • A powerful diagnostics tool providing all system information needed should support be required.
lin Move Information
  • Perform Remote File Transfer to and from Linux systems.
lin Flexibility
  • PIN Connect feature enables a technician to instantly locate a user anywhere across the enterprise, simply by both parties entering a matching PIN code, via a central PIN server module.
lin Security
  • Configurable data encryption from 56 bit DES to 256 bit AES.
  • Restrict connections by IP address, user names and passwords.
  • Fully configurable security allowing all features to be enabled or disabled.

* The 'Control’ is the PC that views/takes over a PC.
* The 'Client’ is the PC that is being viewed or taken over.