AWIECO RemoteLauncher Add-in for Windows Home Server 2011 Now Available

AWIECO RemoteLauncher Add-in for Windows Home Server 2011 Now Available

AWIECO have been in touch to let us know that their RemoteLauncher Add-in for Windows Home Server 2011 is now available.

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[button link=”http://connecteddigitalworld.com/2011/02/07/windows-home-server-2011-awieco-remotelauncher-video-edition/” window=”yes”]Check out Tim’s video of RemoteLauncher in action[/button]

[button link=”http://www.awieco.com/en/Products/RemoteLauncher” style=”download” window=”yes”]You can learn more and download it from here[/button]

Here is what AWIECO posted tonight:

The AWIECO RemoteLauncher add-in for Small Business Server 2011 Essentials and Windows Home Server 2011 is a free and useful add-in, which gives you more administrative possibilities to manage your SBS or WHS remotely. With this add-in you have access to predefined System Tools like:

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• Windows Explorer
• Internet Explorer
• Commandline
• Event Viewer
• Services
• Control Panel
• Computer Manager
• Device Manager
• Registry Editor
• Task Manager
• Server Manager
on your Small Business or Home Server directly over the Dashboard. If you need other tools and applications to run over the Dashboard, you can simply add them by a right mouse click. Through this add-in, you can start applications installed on your Server from your client.

Licensing / Distribution

You can use this product at no charge for either commercial or non-commercial purposes. The freeware products can be shared in unmodified form keeping all copyrights, trademarks, and other identifying marks. However, for distribution on a commercial basis, you must obtain a written permission from AWIECO. By distributing this software, you are liable for providing support, ensuring safe software, and maintaining this agreement.
Due to the uncontrollable nature of freeware, AWIECO is unable to render full support for the freeware applications available. If you wish to receive technical support by email, you may consider acquiring a single user license, even if your usage complies with the freeware license terms.