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MeshCentral2 - Group Move, MongoDB performance, Quick Install
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 03/17/19 0
This week, we got a bunch more interesting updates to the code base. Along with many more bug fixes, one feature request that was made on GitHub was to allow devices to be switched between device groups. In addition, MeshCentral is getting deployed a bunch more and so, work has been put in to opt...
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MeshCentral2 - Hardware Key Support, One-time Passwords, Running Stateless
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 02/08/19 0
MeshCentral is an open source web based remote computer management web site. Because administrators can use MeshCentral to manage hundreds to thousands of computers remotely, the server is a security target. It’s important to support the best industry practices to try to minimize security risk....
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MeshCentral2 - OS support, Browser Tabs, Location & Security
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 01/31/19 0
MeshCentral is an open source web based remote computer management web site. The last 2 weeks have been packed with an average of more than two releases a day. This rapid rate has been necessary in order to support the online feedback from everyone installing MeshCentral and giving it a try. T...
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MeshCentral2 - Two-step authentication support
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 01/16/19 0
MeshCentral is an open source web based remote computer management web site. MeshCentral is being deployed at an ever increasing rate with more computers being managed it’s important that it be done as securely as possible. Last week, the MeshAgent got TPM support for hardening of device identi...
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MeshCentral2 - Design Document, TPM support, Speed & IoT
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 01/11/19 0
This holiday break was no break for MeshCentral as it continued to progress. Big thanks to the people that post issues on GitHub. Because of the community, MeshCentral is getting a lot better and issues that would be difficult to find are being fixed. Over the past month a lot of things have ch...
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MeshCentral2 - Video Chat & Terminal
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 12/19/18 0
MeshCentral is an open source web based remote computer management web site. As the software matures, people as increasingly been asking for features that enable remote support usages. For example, having the agent run only temporarily or being able to chat with a user on a remote computer. In ...
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MeshCentral2 - Running as an Appliance
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 12/12/18 0
MeshCentral is an open source web based remote computer management web site. One of the interesting advantages of MeshCentral version 2 is that the server is written entirely in NodeJS and so, can run on many operating systems, including Linux. In addition, it can run very efficiently on tiny a...
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MeshCentral2 - Apple OSX, Ubuntu 18.04, Reverse-Proxy, MeshMessenger
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 12/04/18 0
MeshCentral can manage a wide range of Windows and Linux computers. This week, we added initial support for Apple MacOS. Once you update to the latest MeshCentral, you will have the option to download and install the MeshAgent for Apple MacOS. In addition, we improved support for reverse proxie...
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MeshCommander 0.7.3 with CILA support
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 11/13/18 0
MeshCommander is an open source web-based Intel® AMT management console. It’s a leading edge tool and today, MeshCommander added support for Client Initiated Local Access (CILA). It's important to be able to remotely manage computers both in software and hardware regardless of where they are co...
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MeshCentral2 now with reverse-proxy support
By Ylian S. (Intel) Posted on 11/06/18 0
MeshCentral is an open source web based remote management server. This last week, MeshCentral was improved again with support for reverse-proxies that allow for improved scalability and flexibility when deploying MeshCentral as a web service. Any serious network administrator will know about re...