Remote Diagnostic Management (RDM) is a server service program
that allows server management control via remote station. It utilizes
modems, pagers, and telephone lines to enable a remote station to
monitor and analyze the server condition, update system BIOS
settings and quickly return the system to normal operation. This "quick
response" feature of RDM minimizes the time wasted due to system
failure and therefore, offers the best solution for the distance barrier
The following features prove that RDM offers the most efficient and
practical server diagnostic service.
Maximizes the system operation time by minimizing the down
Offers the most effective diagnostic service and solves the
distance barrier issue
Enables the remote station to function just like the main console.
It can even monitor the server boot process until the operating
system completes booting.
Allows automatic system reboot once failure is detected
OS-independent server, hardware, BIOS and station software
OS-dependent drivers that can automatically detect the system
RDM drivers that support NetWare, NT/server, and SCO UNIX