T-RemoteControl allows you to connect to any Thoroughbred Environment/Basic session. You'll be able to see exactly what the user sees and take control of the keyboard. T-RemoteControl can be used for diagnostics, support, demos and training. One unique feature is the ability to connect to a background task where a terminal/screen is not present.
Total Remote Terminal Control
T-RemoteControl is server-based; eliminating many of the connectivity issues found with some workstation-based terminal control products. You execute T-RemoteControl on the same server as the user you want to attach to. Immediately you can see what the user sees as well as being able to take over the keyboard. Once you have control of the keyboard, you can provide remote training, remote demos and most important - remote support. Often, support has become a version of the game 20 questions. With T-RemoteControl, you can quickly connect to user processes take over the keyboard get the answers you need immediately to properly diagnose the problem.
Background Tasks Supported
Have you ever needed to see a background task while it is operating? T-RemoteControl can attach to any Basic that is running including the background tasks. This feature can eliminate many debugging operations normally required to troubleshoot these programs.
T-RemoteControl for UNIX/Linux allows you to remotely control any UNIX/Linux Basic session.
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It's This Easy
You'll now see everything they see and you'll have control of the keyboard.
What Makes T-RemoteControl Stand Ahead of the Others?
A very unique and distinguishing feature of T-RemoteControl (NOT AVAILABLE IN ANY OTHER REMOTE TERMINAL CONTROL PRODUCT) is the ability to connect to background Basic processes. Imagine being able to connect to a background task that has no tty/terminal device and see what that task is doing! With T-RemoteControl, you can break into the background task, address any problems and allow the background task to continue processing.
Stop wasting time traveling to the user's system. Instead, use T-RemoteControl for UNIX/Linux to access your remote sites from the comfort of your office. You can access user Basic sessions from a remote location.
One look can answer one thousand questions!