Usoris Systems Releases Version 5.4 with Remote Printing and Enhanced RDP Support
Usoris Systems announced today the release of its Remote Utilities remote desktop software. The new version 5.4 includes remote printing, enhanced RDP connection support, streamlined interface and other improvements.
Victoria, Seychelles (PRWEB) October 31, 2012
Usoris Systems, the leader in remote desktop software for managed remote access and remote support, announced today that the new version 5.4 of Remote Utilities has been released.
The most prominent enhancement to version 5.4 is the remote printing feature. Now the user can easily print a remote document on their local printer, even if the document's originating software is not installed on their system. Remote printing is available in the Free Edition too – yet again proof that the Free Edition of Remote Utilities is more versatile than many paid tools.
Another new feature which can be especially useful for system administrators is the ability to connect in the RDP mode while using the Internet ID firewall bypass technology. Previously, Remote Utilities could only be used as an RDP client for a direct IP connection; now, the program can work as a full-fledged transport for an RDP connection.
“With every release we get one step closer to an ideal remote desktop program as we envision it," the CEO of Usoris, Marat Magomedov said. "Our users continue to send feature requests, and these help us tremendously in adjusting our roadmap. This version was no exception – almost all new features and improvements are based on suggestions sent by our customers,” said Magomedov.
The Viewer interface has been further improved in version 5.4. For example, there is now a connection log in the Viewer that shows connection progress and assists with troubleshooting. Finally, the product is now available under two different pricing models – per operator and per remote PC.
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