When you run DAAT for the first time, you will be prompted to enter a password for the console. This password is used for authentication purposes from time to time when you attempt to perform tasks using the console. From left sidebar, you can access network devices. You can add or remove devices from respective buttons located in left sidebar.
The Access Manager displays all specified devices and allows accessing network resources such as routers, computers, etc. The rest of the shortcuts on the console let you instantly open Remote Desktop (MSTSC), VNC, SSH, network shared folders and custom shortcuts.
The Shortcuts option allows you to add custom shortcuts of applications, directories, batch files, FTP and HTTP URLs. All added shortcuts are displayed above the main window . The added shortcuts can be both local and remote files located on the network. Custom transformations can be added to display html, text and XML log files using feature-rich Ext JS components and XSL transformation. Integrating custom Ext JS components with XSL transformations saves time as it can leverage existing XSLT files provided by the software vendor.
DAAT is an open source application which works on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008.