howtogeek — 2014-01-06T17:01:55-05:00 — #1
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/175692/3-tips-for-the-mremoteng-remote-connections-manager/
Have you ever found yourself manually opening WinSCP to the same server you’ve just SSHed into with mRemoteNG? or wishing you were able to extract the password from the mRemoteNG connection? HTG will guide you on how to unlock mRemote’s true power.
wqweto — 2014-01-07T07:40:06-05:00 — #2
It's so much easier the other way around -- from WinSCP to shell Putty (Ctrl+P)
foo — 2014-01-07T08:45:12-05:00 — #3
Great tips - especially #3.
viper312s — 2014-01-11T06:46:10-05:00 — #4
Another great tip to mention is how to use the 'Inheritance' function located in the Config wind of each connection. If any of you work in an environment with multiple domains user this function can really speed up set and changing passwords.
Step 1. Create a Connection folder that will house all connections from a particular domain like DMZ
Step 2. Configure DMZ Connection folder as you would any other connection. Example: name, username, password, domain...etc.
Step 3. Create a connection within the DMZ folder that connects to the DMZ domain.
Step 4. Go to the config, there will be a lot of options to configure...don't.
Step 5. Click the Inheritance button at the top of the config window.
Step 6. Select the variables you would like your new connection to inherit from the Connection folder by toggling the 'No' to 'Yes'. Example; username, password, and domain.
Repeat steps 3-6 to create as many connections as you like and repeats 1-2 to create as many 'Environments' or Domains as you need.
foo — 2014-01-11T13:41:04-05:00 — #5
I was wondering if that was possible. I guess I overlooked it. Thanks!
(we use a multiple domain setup)
system — 2014-01-16T17:01:55-05:00 — #6
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