Manage Jobs Remotely
Remotely Control the Console
Log-Off Users Remotely
Control User Sessions
System Administrators at leading companies have used DoubleVision Pro for over 30 years. Today it’s your turn.
It’s time to make your job easier.
Using DoubleVision Pro by iTivity to solve UNIX and Linux system problems and user issues can cut resolution times by up to 50%. That means you can spend less time on trouble tickets and more time doing what you want to do. Here’s how DoubleVision Pro can help:
DoubleVision Pro gives you visibility into causes you can’t get any other way. And that means faster, more accurate problem diagnosis. DoubleVision Pro lets you step backward screen-by-screen through the events that led to an issue and see exactly what happened. You’ll eliminate wasted troubleshooting steps, and move quickly to formulating a plan.
DoubleVision Pro gives you more control over your UNIX and Linux servers clearing the path to problem resolution. DoubleVision Pro let’s you take control of any existing session with a single click. You can blank a user’s screen, control their keyboard, and work without their “help.” When done, you can save and replay the steps leading to the problem and the resolution for teaching others or as documentation to your support tickets.
Work From Anywhere
DoubleVision Pro lets you do more remotely than you can do on-site — whether it’s from a coffee shop down the street, or an office on the other side of the world. See for yourself. Start your free 30-day trial of DoubleVision Pro today!
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- IBM AIX S812 and PowerLinux S812LC
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (3.x, 4.x, 5.x, 6.x, 7.x, 8.x and 9.x)
- CentOS Linux (4.x, 5.x, 6.x, 7.x, 8.x and 9.x)
- Suse Enterprise Linux (10, 11, 12 and 15)
- Oracle Enterprise Linux (5.x, 6.x, 7.x, 8.x and 9.x)
- IBM/AIX (5.1 and up)
- IBM Power Linux (7.x)
- HP-UX (11.11 and up)
- SUN (2.8 and up)
- IBM/AIX Multiprocessor/cores (5.1 and up)
- HP-UX Multiprocessor/cores (11.11 and up)
- SUN Multiprocessor/cores (2.8 and up)