Remote Desktop Manager Jump

Remote Desktop Manager Jump lets you connect easily

Simple and easy way to manage all of your sessions in a single data source

RDM Jump is a simple and easy way for you to manage all of your sessions in a single data source (both jump hosts and internal machines). Once configured, simply open a Jump connection and RDM will automatically open the RDP to the jump host, and then open the RDP to the internal machine. Plus, it will log BOTH open sessions back to the data source logs!

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What Experts Are Saying

Gabe Knuth - Independent Industry Analyst

Devolutions Remote Desktop Manager is a tool that just about every systems admin can use to make their lives easier.

Douglas A. Brown - Founder of DABCC.com - Microsoft MVP, Citrix CTP, VMware vEXPERT

I'm very impressed with Remote Desktop Manager. It's a tried and tested, true enterprise team solution. It's easy to deploy, simple to use, and extremely feature rich. Truly a must tool for all IT Pros in today's world.

Michael Pietroforte - Microsoft MVP - Founder and editor of 4sysops.com

Remote Desktop Manager is one of the most feature-rich remote management tools I know. Aside from helping you organize your Remote Desktop connections, it supports a plethora of protocols and even allows you to administer virtualization solutions and cloud environments.