Supported Operating System(s):Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows 10
UltraVNC is a remote access management solution designed to help organizations manage operations related to helpdesk, IT support services, demonstrations, and e-learning. The platform allows administrators to connect and communicate with users and control desktops using internal networks or the internet.
UltraVNC enables professionals to view and manage applications, settings, interface and more via Remote Frame Buffer (RFB) protocol. It comes with DiskStation Manager (DSM) encryption, which lets viewers and servers establish a secure communication connection, providing security from any unauthorized access. Additionally, the single click transfer module, lets administrators compress data and transfer files/folders between computers.
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Peter from T/A Peter Johnson
Company Size: 1 employee
Industry: Computer Software
Time Used: More than 2 years
Review Source: Capterra
Value for money
Great open source solution for remote computer management and diagnostics
The UltraVNC Single Click version has been great to provide to my clients without having to worry about licensing issues. Many of them are computer novices so not having to talk them through installing more complex software and changing network settings has been a real time saver.
UltraVNC is a great open source solution for remote desktop connections and being free for commercial use means big savings if you've got a lot of users that need occasional support. The software is small and easy to install and includes a variety of options to suit different Internet connection speeds. There's also a Single Click version that allows you to create a custom executable that can be distributed to customers preconfigured to connect to your IP address which saves them needing to configure the firewall at their end to support incoming connections.
Compared to some proprietary software like Microsoft Remote Desktop and TeamViewer the screen updates appear to be a little slower and there can be occasional glitches that need a screen repaint. While not a big deal for remote support incidents it may be worth looking at other options if you're intending working over a remote connection for extended periods of time.