In the Dominion KX III’s new firmware update Version 3.5 (Build 2115), you can now manage your equipment remotely through your Apple smartphone or tablet! This productive, secure, Java-free access is available directly from the KX III or through Raritan's CommandCenter management system.
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In the new KX III firmware update, you can now manage your equipment remotely through your Apple smartphone or tablet!
Let’s see how it works:
With the latest Dominion KX III release, users can now remotely access and control servers through apple iPhone and iPad devices.
This productive, secure, Java-free access is available directly from the KX III or through Raritan's CommandCenter management system.
After installing a security certificate, users can securely launch the KX III user interface from the Safari browser.
No app needs to be downloaded.
Administrators can gain quick and easy access to the KX III’s administrative functions, increasing response & productivity.
Users can get BIOS-level access and control of PC’s and servers by launching HKC, the Java-free HTML KVM client.
Many useful KVM client functions are available.
Using the iPhone or iPad touch interface, users can perform the standard mouse functions to remotely control servers and PC’s.
Keyboard control is also available, with the ability to invoke keyboard macros.
IT administrators (pause) and lab managers can maintain servers and run applications.
Advanced features such as virtual media are available to remotely mount ISO images to transfer files & install software.
Digital audio is even supported to work with audio applications or to watch videos.
Access is available via CommandCenter, Raritan’s centralized access and management system.
Users can gain BIOS-level access to hundreds or thousands of servers and PC’s from CommandCenter by launching HKC, the HTML KVM client from CommandCenter.
This exciting new capability is available with the latest KX III and CommandCenter releases.
Download them today, from raritan.com/support.
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