Brynhildr can be used for accessing another computer in your network remotely and interact with the target PC just as if you were right in front of it. Relying on a client-server architecture, it can come in handy for troubleshooting operations and performing various tasks remotely.
Using Brynhildr is very easy, since all the options are clear and accessible. The server side must be deployed on the computer you want to connect to, while the client must be installed on your PC.
Configuring the server is just a matter of a few clicks, since the application automatically detects a computer's IP address, enabling you to set the port number to use. For safety reasons, you can assign a password to the connection, so as to prevent unwanted interceptions.
View and interact with the remote desktop
On the other side, the client side requires you to enter the server's IP address and the port number (which obviously must be the same as before). Brynhildr also enables you to adjust the video quality and choose the video codec to use, as well as change the sound capture device or turn the audio off.
Brynhildr can be launched with full controlling rights for the client user over the server computer, which means you will be able to interact with the remote desktop, launch applications and practically perform any operation that you would if you were in front of the server PC. In case you just want to monitor the remote desktop, the 'control' function must be set to 'off'.
A reliable tool that allows secure remote connections
Brynhildr allows fast connections between two different workstations in the same network, working as a client-server application to help you remotely control a PC. It can come in handy especially for administrators who want to troubleshoot computers remotely.