Raks is a system for the management of a multi-user system – as the name suggests – and is used when you need a system with just one user. Essentially, Raks works exactly like the user management tool in the browser, however you are a group of people who are currently in a multi-user system.
As such, Raks allows you to manage a group of users in this way rather than one specific user which I find is preferable. In fact, some people think that the concept of Raks can create problems for the organization. It creates a problem of what are they referring to and then creates an even deeper problem as there is the expectation of each other to know what the other is referring to within their organization and it leads to problems.
In other words, Raks can lead to confusion in the organization. What can Raks do?
Raks can control the following:
1. Raks – Raks can monitor a network, file server, virtual machine, etc. and if your user is not using Raks, they will not be able to access it.
2. User Manager – Raks can allow an administrator to control which users can access Raks and what settings these users can modify.
3. Account Manager – This will allow users to manage their account details with Raks rather than having to remember their information or having to open an Account Manager application.
4. Raks Administration – A separate, independent application that allows user management, account management, and management of system functions.
How can I install Raks?
The easiest way is to use the free version of Raks – the download is available here.
When you are finished installing Raks, there is one more step. After your Raks install, you will need to copy the Raks-setup.bat file to your Raks installation directory. This file can be opened and run by the Windows operating system. The file is then executed by a command prompt so that you can access it whenever you wish.
After copying the file from the downloaded file to the Raks installation directory, follow the instructions below to use Raks from a Windows machine.
1. Log into the Windows 10/8.1 computer that will be managing your Raks account
2. Right-click the Raks folder for the user account that will be managing the account on your Windows machine and choose Manage Raks for…