Input Director

by The OpenSSL Project

No More KVM Switch Necessary

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: The OpenSSL Project

Release: Input Director v1.4.1

Last revision: Last week

Star Rating 4.4773

Input Director takes the place of a hardware KVM switch allowing users to use one keyboard and mouse for multiple network connected computers.

Features:

  • Free for non-commercial use.
  • Easy to use in just a few steps.
  • You can use multiple monitor setups.
  • Software-based shared Copy and Paste Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V between computers.
  • Windows OS Compatible from Windows XP through Windows 10.
  • Moving from one computer to the next easy when you move your mouse from one monitor to the next.
  • With a quick command, you can secure and log out of all of the computers at once.
  • Encryption is controlled using AES and a 128, 192 or 256-bit key.
  • System Administrators can lock out computer access as necessary and limit using Host Name, IP address or network subnet.
  • Ripples around the cursor appear for a few seconds when you transition from one system and monitor to the next.
  • You can even limit transitions near the edges of the monitor so you do not accidentally transition from one system to the next.
  • Keyboard Macros can be set up across all systems to minimize repetitious keystrokes.
  • All keyboard functions will be set to the system in use.  Including all led lights for things like Number Lock, Caps Lock.
  • All mouse controls can be set within a single setup of the software.

Input Director is compatible with Windows 10, Windows 8/8.1, Windows 7, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 2003 and Windows XP(SP2) that are networked.

Software Based Keyboard and Mouse Sharing

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