There is. It requires additional licensing for each computer you want to install the remote console on. You add the remote locations via the Status icon. Works both over the internet and over the LAN. The GUI is still not 4K ready and is still a big drain on resources, so being able to offload it on to another system is a plus. I'm going to fiddle with some spare equipment and see how under powered something can be and still do a decent job with it. No, you cannot currently combine views of several remote systems (or even 2) into a single unified view. If you have multiple systems, you have to switch between them using a dropdown box. It is buggy though: If you are viewing remotely, it will not let you open the local GUI. If the remote connection craps out, it will not let you open the local GUI. It thinks the remote connection is still active. If the remote connection craps out, it won't reconnect, again, thinking the connection is still active. So you won't be able to kick Splashtop/VNC/TeamViewer, etc to the curb quite yet. But it could reduce the need for them.