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mRemoteNG is a fork of mRemote , an open source, tabbed, multi-protocol, remote connections manager.
It allows you to view all of your remote connections in a simple yet powerful tabbed interface.
mRemoteNG supports the following protocols:
* RDP (Remote Desktop/Terminal Server)
* VNC (Virtual Network Computing)
* ICA (Citrix Independent Computing Architecture)
* SSH (Secure Shell)
* Telnet (TELecommunication NETwork)
* HTTP/HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
* Raw Socket Connections
Built-in SSH client Connect via RDP Linux Management Support for Multiple protocols RDP RDP Functionality RDP sessions in a tab Remote desktop Secure Copy (SCP) SSH Supports SSL certificate Tabbed interface Tabs Tree view VNC Viewer Vnc protocol Add a feature
citrix http https putty rlogin telnet terminal-server terminal-services vnc
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Amazing application to connect remotely to pretty much anything. It supports plenty of protocols (RDP, SSH, VNC, HTTPS), is multi-tab (huge win for productivity). And the tree view system is really...See why people like mRemoteNG 😍 Post your review
Amazing application to connect remotely to pretty much anything. It supports plenty of protocols (RDP, SSH, VNC, HTTPS), is multi-tab (huge win for productivity). And the tree view system is really helpful to organize connections in folders/subfolders, and configure settings (username, password) only once in the parent with inheritance.
Great Opensource and free Remote access tools. Winscp and Filezilla integration makes it more powerful. Must try it
this is recommended tool for system admin and support
[Edited by Shojimeguro, June 28]
I think it's cool app.
There a pre-release build for 1.74 available here: https://github.com/mRemoteNG/mRemoteNG/releases
Caveat: it didn't work for me (for SSH).
No matter what I try I can't get it to successfylly connect to my server via RDP, which may well be my fault for not understanding how to properly use it, or it could be because of changes in RDP that aren't supported in mRemoteNG?
Either way, it unfortunately seems to be a dead project, there's been no development since 2013.
It can works also as "tabber container" for simple applications, like notepad2.
I've been using it since the days when it was only mRemote.
Tried several others, I always came back to it.
Keep up the good work.
Suprisingly underrated app which has its limitations but much better than the rest of connection managers which handles RDP, SSH as well.