13 May 2017
Important security update LiteManager 4.8.3
Program updated to version 4.8.3, amended the authorization process for the Connection ID using the public NOIP. Connection by ID through common NOIP changed.

09 January 2017
LiteManager 4.8 and client for Mac OS and iOS
New Litemanager 4.8 via global chat jabber trough NOIP. New Teacher mode for testing and file distribution and collection.

LiteManager OSX client and iOS client.

07 June 2015 - remote support software
A new website design was created; help system, overview of solutions, instructions and documentation for the program are now available. Support Linux, Mac OS by Wine.

31 May 2015
LiteManager - remote access software
Remote access over the Internet without IP address with the use of ID. Remote desktop with support for Windows 10. Classroom management software free. Demonstration and online Presentation.

Share address book or synchronize contacts

To create a shared address book or synchronize contacts between multiple client Viewer modules, open the Address Books window in the Tools menu of the Viewer’s main menu on the main window.
address book

There are two options, the first option is to create a shared file and use it in several Viewers and the second option is synchronization via NOIP, let us consider both options.

Creation of a shared address book file.
Export the contacts from an already existing address book using the main Tools menu, Export connections. This file can also be fetched from the program data “ C:\ProgramData\LiteManager Files,» file connections_3.4.xml.
Export the contacts

Add the file as an address book in different Viewers, click Add, enter the name of the address book and file location. Set the read-only access to all Viewers except the main one, which can modify the data in the file.
read-only access

After clicking OK, the address book will be added to the list. Set the auto-refresh interval if the data in the contact book will be changed dynamically.
the address book will be added to the list

The second way to sync your contacts through NOIP is more advanced and functional – since putting up a shared file for all Viewers is not always possible it’s more convenient to use the synchronization through NOIP.
synchronization through NOIP

First we need to allow contact synchronization on NOIP by checking the Address book synchronization box, for added security, enter the security code.
allow contact synchronization on NOIP

Now enable the address book synchronization and specify the IP address, the NOIP port and enter the security code, if applicable, then click OK.
 address book synchronization

The main address book will be synchronized with NOIP, the address book file will appear next to NOIP.
Perform the same address book synchronization actions for the second and the third Viewer, if necessary, set the read-only access so that the Viewer was unable to change the address book.
 set the read-only access

To restrict Viewer access to specific contacts, create address book users and link them to the connections and groups. Open the context menu of a connection or a group, and then click Rights of the Address Book Users. Create a new address book user by clicking Create, then New, specify name and password and then add it as an object user.
 specify name and password and then add it as an object user

To synchronize only certain contacts for Viewer, set User access (read only) and enter username and password of the address book user, whose contacts and groups you need to access.
User access (read only) and enter username and password of the address book user

As a result, only the groups and connections linked to this user will be synchronized.
To close full access for other Viewers, enter the password for full access in the Administrator field (full access).

After everything is set, you may need to store several different address books on NOIP, to do this enter the address book index.
 different address books

Attention! A synchronized address book will be stored on NOIP, to delete it stop the NOIP application and remove the address book file.

Additional help information

Address books