Nov 30, 2007

Do You Need Multiple Remote Desktop Connections?

OK, so this might not be applicable to everyone who reads this blog, but if you’re one of those people (like me) who often opens multiple remote desktop connections and then ends up getting confused as to which is which then you might want to have a look at Terminals (from Codeplex)

Terminals gives you multiple tabbed remote desktops something like this:

terminals

It's a piece of cake to install as well.  Just unzip it somewhere and create a shortcut to the Terminals.exe program.

Finally it's not just for remote desktop connections.  As you can see in the title bar it also includes VNC, RAS, Telnet, SSH, Citrix support, and it also has a bunch of extra networking utilities accessible from the tools menu, like ping, traceroute and more.  Definitely worth checking out.

1 comment:

  1. You can also use Microsoft Remote Desktops. I'm a long time RoyalTS user. Unfortunately RoyalTS only does RDP. I tried mRemote which promised solution like Terminals, but is unfortunately imho not stable enough at this time. I will definitely try the Terminals proram and see how it shapes up.

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