The network security solution for Windows networks. Configure remote WinLock clients via network, lock remote workstations, log user activities, and apply security profiles by means of easy-to-use interface.
Manage WinLock settings on-the-fly.
Enable, disable, or pause protection.
Send pop-up messages and notifications.
Shutdown, lock, or reboot the remote computer.
Record user activities on remote workstation.
Capture screenshots of remote client's desktop.
Scan network for active WinLock clients.
Run programs on remote clients.
Hide any program on remote PC.
Being a client-server application, Remote Administrator allows administrator to control the network installations of WinLock without leaving the computer.
With comprehensive encrypted protocol Remote Administrator allows fast and secure communication between multiple machines and can be safely deployed in any environment.
An easy-to-use graphical user interface provides consistent information about remote clients, remote management, and security restrictions. New clients can be added to the list on-the-fly, and be controlled remotely, with extreme ease.
How one control the computer's usage? Yes, this question is too wide. How can one control the public computer's usage? If the number of users is limited, the admin can create an account for each user and control them. However, this approach hides some problems: Sometimes there are no permanent users, only the «accidental» ones; sometimes the Windows' built-in user restrictions are insufficient; sometimes there is a need to control not only the access rights, but also the time the computer has been used for. All of these problems can be solved with the specialized software. But what if you (the administrator) need to control just a couple of public computers? Would you need to edit settings on each workplace individually? Is that the most rational way of doing the job?
Answer is: There is a clever way of controlling a couple of public computers, and this way's name is WinLock Remote Administrator. It works as follows: you install WinLock (or WinLock Professional) on every computer to be controlled, then install WinLock Remote Administrator on the admin's computer. You can now change settings for each WinLock copy remotely: disable or enable system-wide hotkeys and Windows features (for example, the Start menu items), restrict access to particular files, folders and applications, set time limits and so on. You can even enforce some Internet restrictions on the machines controlled with WinLock Professional. And all of these restrictions, settings, and parameters can be easily and totally controlled from a single administrator's machine. No problems!
While it is true that a network administrator can travel from one location to another to fix an issue with a workstation, unfortunately, this translates into more time and costs associated with managing the company's network.
WinLock Remote Administrator is a light piece of software that allows you to quickly configure the computers in the network you are in charge of so that you can manage updates, errors and other potential errors without having to be in front of the workstation.
The program comes with clean and well-organized GUI that consists of three main panels, namely the Notification, Log and the list of computers that you are watching over. The app includes a status bar in the lower section that displays the total number of workstations you are managing.
Since we are talking about a remote access application, then there is a good chance that you have some concerns regarding security. You should know that the tool allows you to configure WinLock, a piece of software that makes sure only authorized users can access sensitive information on the computer. Therefore, you can lock workstations and apply security profiles that restrict access to the PCs in your network.
It is important to note that the program comes with a function that enables you to create individual profiles for each of the remote hosts you are managing. You can easily add computers to your monitoring list by specifying a few details, such as the name, address, port and the password set to access the PC. In case you do not know the address or name, then you can access Resolve and get the IP or name of the computer. Once you establish the connection, the utility allows you to perform various administration tasks, including but not limited to shut down, run files and applications on the remote client, ping, capture the desktop or send pop-up messages.
WinLock Remote Administrator is a versatile and easy-to-use program that allows you to securely manage computers across the network and protect the sensitive data they store seamlessly.
Crystal Office Systems developed applications WinLock and WinLock Professional are two properly good applications that perform a specific task: computer access management. Use any of these two applications (the Professional version has more features, and to my mind, more is better) and you will be able to restrict access to certain Windows functions (like the Control Panel), you can restrict access to certain files and applications, and you can restrict access to certain websites. You can even specify how much time a user can spend in front of the computer.
There's no doubt that WinLock and WinLock Professional are great. So where does WinLock Remote Administrator fit into this picture. What can it do?
WinLock Remote Administrator can perform a simple task: it allows you to control and configure WinLock or WinLock Professional remotely. You don't have to be in front of the computer to configure WinLock or WinLock Professional; you can do this over the network, from a remote location, by simply using WinLock Remote Administrator.
Using WinLock is a simple process – the application comes with an easy to navigate interface that makes it quite easy to use all of WinLock's functions. Since WinLock Remote Administrator was developed by the same people that came up with WinLock, WinLock Remote Administrator is also quite easy to use.
WinLock Remote Administrator is a great tool for the admin who needs to remotely control and configure WinLock or WinLock Professional.
WinLock Remote Administrator is licensing on per-endpoint basis. For example, 25 endpoint license means that you can use Remote Administrator to access up to 25 clients. The number of Remote Administrator installations is not limited.