Supported servers by Mobile Admin

You can use Mobile Admin to manage the following:

  • SolarWinds Network Configuration Manager (NCM)
  • SolarWinds Network Performance Monitor (NPM)
  • SolarWinds Network Traffic Analyzer (NTA)
  • SolarWinds Server and Application Monitor (SAM)
  • SolarWinds User Device Tracker (UDT)
  • Amazon® Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)
  • Microsoft® Windows® and Windows Server® computers and networks
  • Microsoft Active Directory®
  • Microsoft Exchange Server® 2003, 2007, and 2010
  • Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync® (for Exchange Server 2007 and Exchange Server 2010)
  • Microsoft SQL Server®
  • Microsoft Internet Information Services® (IIS)
  • Microsoft DHCP
  • Microsoft DNS
  • Microsoft Cluster Servers
  • Microsoft System Center Operations Manager
  • Microsoft System Center Mobile Device Manager
  • IBM® Lotus Domino
  • Novell® eDirectory/NDS
  • BlackBerry® Enterprise Server®
  • Oracle®
  • Citrix® XenApp
  • RSA Authentication Manager
  • HP® iLO 2 & 3
  • Symantec® BackupExec®
  • Symantec NetBackup®
  • VMware® Infrastructure
  • Nagios Core
  • BMC Remedy Service Desk
  • BMC Performance Manager Portal
  • CA Service Desk
  • Microsoft Hyper-V®
  • RDP, VNC, SSH, Telnet

Mobile Admin allows you to use your smartphone to perform a full range of administrative tasks on these servers, such as:

  • Managing users, groups, event logs, services, and print jobs
  • Rebooting servers
  • Resetting passwords
  • Editing server documents
  • Deleting mailbox messages

Mobile Admin allows you to create Telnet and SSH connections to manage Unix, Linux, IBM AS/400™, and Novell NetWare® devices, routers and switches. Telnet connections provide VT100, IBM 5250 and 3720 terminal emulation. SSH connections provide VT100 emulation and allow for public/private key authentication.

Mobile Admin also allows you to create RDP/VNC connections to Microsoft Windows, Apple® OS X, Linux, Oracle Solaris®, QNX® and IBM OS/2® operating systems to view the screen and control the keyboard and mouse of a remote computer.