Showing posts from September, 2021

MeshCentral - YouTube, Improved Reports, Traffic Accounting, Session Recordings

Note that I will be on vacation until October 5th , Bryan Roe will keep development moving forward. Since I last mentioned it, 5 more YouTube videos have premiered covering a range of topics from features and technical topics. In the last week, the new report generation feature was much improved along with traffic accounting. Lastly, there is now a new way to specify device session recording by user groups. In detail: MeshCentral YouTube Channel . The MeshCentral YouTube channel is doing well with over 17k views and over 500 subscribers. In the last 5 weeks, two technical videos where added doing a code review of the server and going into details on the two ways the MeshAgent is automatically updated on client platforms. There is a new video on how to get help and file feature requests and bug reports and a new video on basic Intel® AMT activation and use. Improved Report Generation . Last week, MeshCentral got a new report generation tool allowing administrators to see what user sess

MeshCentral - Reports, SSH Keys, Auto-Lock, Unlimited Guest, MeshCtrl

One more week with plenty more MeshCentral features and improvements. This week, Bryan Roe did many more crucial improvements to the Linux agents, notably improved remote desktop support in edge cases. The MeshCentral server got a new report generation feature, web based SSH improvements and much more. Again, many thanks for the community for reporting issues and helping move MeshCentral forward. In detail: Linux Agents Improvements . As a result of community requests, Bryan Roe has released new Linux agents with improved remote desktop support. Specifically, the new agent correctly handles X Window resolution changes including when transitioning from the login screen to a user desktop. This should make remote desktop a more usable on more Linux distributions. Report Generation . The community has been asking for MeshCentral to generate reports for a while, especially a report on who is doing remote control sessions on what devices, when and for how long. This can be used for auditing