RDP Manager (RDPMan™)

Easily access and manage your remote desktop connections online from anywhere.

Easily set up and store RDP connections without the need to modify, duplicate, or relocate RDP files.

Our online platform provides users and administrators with a comprehensive list of managed RDP connections.

RDP, the built-in remote desktop tool on Windows, is widely utilized by server admins, helpdesks, NOCs, SOCs, and IT departments for accessing servers and desktops. This essential tool is relied upon by millions of users on a daily basis. Experience the convenience of RDP Manager Live Demo without the hassle of sign-up or registration.

Effectively Manage Connections on Any Device or Operating System. Connect from Any Device using a Remote Desktop Client.

Unlimited Usage

Generate multiple RDP connections and save them for future use. Access them from any location, whether it's a remote office, VPN, or online. Store RDP connections for convenient access by users and administrators.

No Installation

Seamlessly store and organize your connections in the cloud. Access them effortlessly using the integrated RDP client on Windows or leverage your preferred RDC clients on MacOS or Linux for a personalized experience.

Cost Effective

At no extra cost, we offer service upgrades and updates to ensure that you have the best possible experience. We are committed to providing you with the best possible experience without any increase in costs.

Simple Interface

You do not need to install any desktop application to manage your connections as RDC connections can be saved and accessed directly through your browser. Simply click on the RDC connection and run it.

RDP Connections Management

User-friendly interface. A software solution designed to efficiently manage and facilitate access to all RDP/RDC connections, whether it be for an individual administrator, an IT team, or an entire organization.

Adding new RDP Connections
  • Click Add Connection to create and configure a new RDP connection to save.
  • Enter the Hostname or IP. Leave the default port number unless your're using a custom port.
  • The newly configured connection is immediately available for access.

  • Access RDP Connections
  • From the list of RDP connections, click the Hostname or IP address of the server or desktop.
  • The RDP file is automatically created and downloaded by your web browser.
  • Click run or open, the default remote desktop client software opens the file.

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