RDP Connection Manager for individual RDP enables computers (NO SERVER)

Is there a free software for managing multiple RDP's on individual computers with RDP enabled and not connected to a server in the same network?

1. Monitor multiple computers on same local network to see if they are online and also the ability to connect to them via RDP in same local network
2. Not connected to server
3. 1 or 2 computers with monitoring software to monitor all the other individual computers on RDP


Zion PhilPresidentAsked:
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yo_beeDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
From what I know about RDP and (assuming) workstations you are only able to a single RDP session.
If it is a server and not setup with Terminal Services you are only able to have two concurrent RDP sessions.
Zion PhilPresidentAuthor Commented:
I actually don't need anything with multiple sessions. Just a manager that can see all the RDP enabled computers and their online/offline status, plus the ability to login to each one (single session) from the manager.
yo_beeDirector of Information TechnologyCommented:
Sorry for the misunderstanding. I do not have any insight on what you are looking for.
Zion PhilPresidentAuthor Commented:
No worries. If you are familiar with Logmein and the Logmein Client. The Logmeint Client allows you to see the list of computers that are online and the ability to connect to them with the click of a button. Something similar to that, but with RDP.
Closest I might be able to think of would be a WMI monitoring tool like Spiceworks. But that at best is going to give you a status of the services involved (and probably open ports), but not give the easy one click access the way you're looking to do it. But of course, that assumes a purely administrative scenario. If you're trying to basically trying to have a free version of Logmein using RDP, I believe you're out of luck.

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