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Author Topic: Connect To Multiple Computers In Remote Desktop In A Tabbed Interface  (Read 2928 times)

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MultiDesk is a tabbed remote desktop client (terminal services client).  Remote Desktop Connections have become one of the commonly used services provided with OS. As we all know, for Windows we have Microsoft’s Terminal Services which makes it possible for us to connect to different systems which are kept far away from the user. As said, although those systems and user are far apart but still they can be used as if they are kept right in front of the users. But, if the user is making remote connection to more than 1 machine at the same time, than it becomes a bit difficult to manage all of them simultaneously.

Its features:-
1)Only ONE executable file, small, fast (written in C++), green!
2)Portable and SSD/flash drive friendly
3)New style: status bar and fit window with margin
4)Manage remote desktop connections in groups
5)Inherit username and password from group properties
6)Drag and drop support for moving servers and groups
7)Tabbed connections
8)Connect to console
9)Change connection port
10)Import cached MSTSC connections
11)Redirect specified drives (Need RDP 6)
12)Quick Connect
13)Convenient Full Screen resolution switch

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This is not anything new, It is just different. Ther is/was a MMC snapin allready around 2003 that you could connect to as many computer's you want thrue the terminal server/Admin Console service. The MMC plugin is in the "Adminpak.msi" for Windows XP.

But it is nice to see somthing like this again. ;)
Their is two easy way to configure a system!
Every thing open and every thing closed.
Every thing else is more or less complex.

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