Import list of hosts in vSphere. Few ideas on how to make it work:
-Pull machines by guest OS type
-For Windows, use RDP and for Linux or BSD use Terminal (configurable to instead use VNC)
-Before import, list and have end user confirm, with manual override for any machines with more than 1 NIC (show those first in a list)8 votes
AWS Import - Give an option to import private IPs instead of the public interface1 vote
This is now supported in the latest Royal TSX V3 beta which you can get here: https://www.royalapplications.com/ts/osx/features-beta
Feedback is very welcome! Thx!
In order to keep Connections updated:
Sync (manual and/or scheduled) with any import sources
Or allow during the manual import to ignore/skip any duplicates2 votes
Some network devices aren't able to add a timestamp to their output in a ssh/telnet session.
It would be very nice if Royal TSX have the option to log the timestamps.
While exporting the logfiles, giving the option to add the timestamp in front of the output!10 votes
At the moment, when a session gets logged it contains ANSI escape sequences, which means if you open the logfiles in a text editor it is barely readable.
Although this can be solved with viewing the files with terminal.app of Mac OS X, it would be nice to have the possibility to export them to a "readable" file in a text editor!10 votes
The first Royal TSX V3 beta with support for exporting terminal log files as plain text is now available: https://www.royalapplications.com/ts/osx/features-beta
It would be handy to have a tool to scan for life hosts with RDP connections and add them automatically to the connection group.1 vote
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