The amount of devices that can be controlled simultaneously depends on which type of control is needed. When accessing devices in remote locations, there are two types of controls that we can use.
1. For monitoring and provisioning devices, we can view and access all the devices at the same time. Information such as device status info, screenshots or the device camera, send files or installing applications, all of this and more can happen with one or all of the devices in your fleet.
2. Another type of control is for you to gain access to the device and control it as if the device was right in front of you. A swipe of your mouse on your controlling computer and the remote device screen would swipe in the same direction. When remote controlling devices in this fashion, each connected device would open up a control window for you to view the screen of the device. You can connect to as many remote devices as your computer screen size would fit. However, you will need to perform control movements individually. For example, after connecting to a device, you want to click on an app to open it, this action only applies to that device. You cannot perform the action once and have all the devices with the same app respond. This is similar to if all the devices were in front of you physically, you would need to click on the app on the devices individually.
For monitoring purposes, all devices can be accessed at the same time, for performing actions such as clicks and swiping on a remote device, you can open up multiple windows and connect to multiple devices at once, but each remote control action would be done individually.