Do you want to manage all your remote connections from a single place?

I have been using mRemote for two months now and I mainly like it because:

1) It supports rdp, vnc, ssh, telent, rlogin, raw, http/s and ica, so you can check your web sites, connect to the ESX Server / Unix farm and manage your Microsoft Infrastructure through RDP using only one window

2) It will recognize your Putty sessions

3) mRemote can call external applications and tell them what to do with the use of parameters and variables of the currently selected connection

Give it a try and hopefully you will like it too!

Download mRemote at Sourceforge (1)

(1) Be sure to have the .Net Framework installed in advance to avoid the following error:

Posted by Gabriel Maciel

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