A new tool for us Configuration Manager Admins is now available, Remote Manage App provided to the community for free by Cireson. A really awesome tool that will make you cry tears of happiness when you launch it and start to play around with it. In two words, Freaking Awesome!!
Wally Mead or the “Godfather” of SMS/SCCM as some like to call him joined Cireson a while ago, and my bet is that he have been deeply involved in the creation of this tool because it contains almost all the features that you need to do your daily administration of you Configuration Manager Client environment.
Thank you Cireson and Wally (i assume!)
You can download the tool from this page: http://cireson.com/apps/remote-manage/
- Add or remove clients from device collections
- Run Configuration Manager Client actions remotely
- Interact with Applications, Packages in Software Center, and installed applications
- Interact with Software Updates deployed from SCCM. Requires SUP to be enabled at the Configuration Manager site
- Interact with processes, services, printers
- Remote shutdown/reboot commands
- View remote Computer Management, Event Viewer, and Users & Groups
- Start RDP, Remote Control, or Remote Assistance sessions
- Evaluate Group Policy results (RSoP)
- Start WMI health validation & repair
- WOL capabilities
- View computer information compiled from Configuration Manager and the remote client
6 thoughts on “Must have tool! Remote Manage App by Cireson”
Is that tool standalone ? Cireson use to develop add-ons to Service Manager and my impression is this tool is fired from Service Manager console, isn’t it ?
It is a standalone tool, you can however integrate it in Service Manager as a tool.
I receive “No client or site server specified in the command line” .
How can I connect to the sccm server?
I have typed that wrong as well the first couple of times, in the “Site” field should the name of the SCCM Primary Site server be enterd, I tried with the site name as well the first time.
Thank you 🙂
Has anyone got a download for the setup file now that Cireson have retired it.