Key features and reasons to use AdRem Lite Console from the NetWare administrator's point of view:
Remote access to NetWare servers
AdRem Lite Console is an efficient solution for operating your server remotely. Furthermore, the program allows users to sample one of AdRem sfConsole's key security functions and eDirectory authentication while accessing the server remotely.
Low footprint – efficiency in slow connections
Thanks to a custom data compression algorithm, AdRem Lite Console allows you to access the server console remotely even in extremely overloaded wide area networks or via modem. Since it uses NCP protocol which can be run over IPX or TCP/IP, it may operate in various configurations.
No server-side installation
Litecon does not require installation on the server. Instead, suitable NLM modules are installed automatically (if necessary) while establishing a connection with the server.
AdRem Lite Console is an independent protocol and runs on both IPX and TCP/IP. It connects with servers using an NCP connections, automatically using the right network protocol. It is compatible with all the NetWare platforms, including Novell NetWare 4.11, NW 5.x and NW 6.x.
Ease of administration
To ease the administration workload, Litecon 2010 users can:
- View and work on many console screens of a single server
- Switch easily from one server to any other
- Connect to servers from any NDS/eDirectory tree container
- Copy and paste text on the console screen
- Define keyboard shortcuts for the most frequently used functions
- Resize remote console windows
- Use the SLP-based server discovery option to easily discover servers in pure IP environments
Please note that when security is a major concern, only AdRem sfConsole can deliver all the functionality needed to ensure the highest protection of NetWare server consoles. Unlike AdRem Lite Console, AdRem sfConsole incorporates such vital security features as 128-bit key encryption, role-based console access management, user activity auditing, local console protection, and many others.