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Tactical RMM is a remote monitoring & management tool built with Django, Vue and Golang. It uses an agent written in Golang and integrates with MeshCentral.



  • TeamViewer-like remote desktop control
  • Real-time remote shell
  • Remote file browser (download and upload files)
  • Remote command and script execution (bash, batch, powershell, python, nushell and deno scripts)
  • Event log viewer
  • Services management
  • Windows patch management
  • Automated checks with email/SMS alerting (cpu, disk, memory, services, scripts, event logs)
  • Automated task runner (run scripts on a schedule)
  • Remote software installation via chocolatey
  • Software and hardware inventory

Sponsorship Features

  • Mac and Linux Agents
  • Windows Code Signed Agents
  • Fully Customizable Reporting Module

Windows agent versions supported

  • Windows 7, 8.1, 10, 11, Server 2008 R2, 2012 R2, 2016, 2019, 2022

Linux agent versions supported

  • Any distro with systemd which includes but is not limited to: Debian (10, 11), Ubuntu x86_64 (18.04, 20.04, 22.04), Synology 7, CentOS, FreePBX, Raspberry Pi with raspbian and more!
  • Check to see if you're running systemd with ps --no-headers -o comm 1

Mac agent versions supported

  • 64 bit Intel and Apple Silicon (M1, M2)

Discuss/Collaborate and Get Help/Support

Join us on Discord for (help/tips/discussion/dev chat/social etc). This is the primary method of discussing all things Tactical RMM.

Github Discussions: is a distant 2nd option, we will frequently request you join Discord if you're requesting help or troubleshooting issues with your installation.

Github Issues: Report bugs you discover with clear write-ups on how to reproduce problems. Also submit enhancement/feature requests here.

View useful scripts to be used in Tactical RMM.

Check out Awesome additions from the community.

Github Repos

Main Code Repo:

Main Web admin frontend:

Tactical Agent Source:

Community Scripts: source:

Awesome contributions from the community: