MeshCentral2 development is moving forward at a swift pace and this week, there was plenty more going on. In my view, MeshCentral2 is probably the easiest way to setup your own open source remote device management web site. it is still in beta, and easily available on the NPM site. I am updating MeshCentral2 many times a week and this time around, wanted to highlight a few notable new features:
MeshCentral2 is a team effort. Bryan Roe did massive amounts of work on the MeshAgent2 with lots of fixes, new features, Linux ports and new makefiles. MeshCentral2 is still very much beta code, lots of things still moving but if you give it a try, let us know.
MeshCentral2 now supports MeshAgent’s for Windows and Linux 32bit and 64bit.
Full support for software KVM is included in both Windows and Linux versions.
MeshAgent2 now has built-in MicroLMS. It can now communicate with Intel® AMT
even if LMS is not present which is especially important on Linux. All new in this release
of MicroLMS is support for Intel® AMT user notifications.
We got an all new MeshCentral2 YouTube video with an introduction to running
for a wide array of customers and usages.
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