NetSetMan v4.5.1

NetSetMan is an advanced network settings manager software which can easily switch between your preconfigured profiles.

The customizable parameters includes
1) IP & Gateway
2) DNS Server
3) WINS Server
4) WiFi
5) Printer
6) Computer Name
7) Workgroup
8) Connection
9) System
10) SMTP
11) Net Drive
12) Hosts
13) Script/Program and
14) IPv6

NetSetMan

Furthermore, system settings can also be configured and includes many options that can be configured as shown in the screenshot below.

NetSetMan - System Settings

NetSetMan – System Settings

Homepage: http://www.netsetman.com/

Download page: http://www.netsetman.com/en/freeware#download

License: Freeware for non-commercial use and limited to 6 profiles.

Version: v4.5.1 (27 Sep 2017)
– Network Scanner: Additionally to the built-in MAC-OUI vendors list selection, you can now place the official oui.txt from ieee.org in the program folder to get the complete OUI data. Or download a sanitized version from here: http://linuxnet.ca/ieee/oui/
– New “Programs” option for preventing multiple instances of the same exe
– Built-in MAC-OUI vendor now also displayed in NIC and WiFi Management
– Improved Network Scanner results for low-energy target devices
– Ping network packets are now identical to Windows pings
– AutoSwitch info dialog UI improved
– Increased compatibility for Speed/Duplex, MTU, Flow Control, VLAN ID
– Fix: Displaying incorrect context menu for IP input fields
– Fix: Console-Tool with non-Latin characters
– Fix (Pro): Rare problem with command line license installation
– Fix (Pro): Problem with portable mode in certain constellations

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NetSetMan v4.5.0

NetSetMan is an advanced network settings manager software which can easily switch between your preconfigured profiles.

The customizable parameters includes
1) IP & Gateway
2) DNS Server
3) WINS Server
4) WiFi
5) Printer
6) Computer Name
7) Workgroup
8) Connection
9) System
10) SMTP
11) Net Drive
12) Hosts
13) Script/Program and
14) IPv6

NetSetMan

Furthermore, system settings can also be configured and includes many options that can be configured as shown in the screenshot below.

NetSetMan - System Settings

NetSetMan – System Settings

Homepage: http://www.netsetman.com/

Download page: http://www.netsetman.com/en/freeware#download

License: Freeware for non-commercial use and limited to 6 profiles.

Version: v4.5.0 (15 Aug 2017)
– NEW Tool: Network Scanner
↳ Scan networks by IP range (IPv4 & IPv6), subnet (CIDR), ARP & NDP cache
↳ Get details like name, MAC, domain/workgroup, OS, network shares, etc.
↳ Multithreading for scanning large numbers of IPs simultaneously
↳ Highly compatible and flexible by using new and old protocols
↳ Copy details, open targets, export results, send Wake-On-LAN
↳ Favorites list for customizing frequently used targets
↳ Detailed information of network printers (shared or directly connected)
↳ Real-time search filter for all results
↳ Further details: http://www.netsetman.com/network-scanner
– Fix: Some setup parameters have been ignored
– Fix: Minimizing application didn’t save profile changes
– Fix: Pressing ENTER in IP fields resulted in an error message
– Fix: High-DPI problems (query dialogs, AutoSwitch menu items click area)
– Fix: Firefox Proxy is now also available for user-specific installations
– Fix: Autorun in Preferences dialog not showing its state correctly
– Fix: Multiple memory leaks
– Tool “Adapters Details” is now sorted by type and name
– Lots of minor fixes and adjustments

NetSetMan v4.4.1

NetSetMan is an advanced network settings manager software which can easily switch between your preconfigured profiles.

The customizable parameters includes
1) IP & Gateway
2) DNS Server
3) WINS Server
4) WiFi
5) Printer
6) Computer Name
7) Workgroup
8) Connection
9) System
10) SMTP
11) Net Drive
12) Hosts
13) Script/Program and
14) IPv6

NetSetMan

NetSetMan

Furthermore, system settings can also be configured and includes many options that can be configured as shown in the screenshot below.

NetSetMan - System Settings

NetSetMan – System Settings

Homepage: http://www.netsetman.com/

Download page: http://www.netsetman.com/en/freeware#download

License: Freeware for non-commercial use and limited to 6 profiles.

Version: v4.4.1 (20 Jun 2017)
– NEW: AutoSwitch Option: “Automatically switch to the WiFi access point with the strongest signal (10% tolerance) of the current SSID”
– Fix: Closing running instances during setup failed in rare cases
– Fix: Reading current settings for Gateway and DNS auto/static
– Fix: Third-party VPN Client recognition failed for x64 clients
– Fix: Missing Shrew Soft VPN Client profiles with a dot in their name
– Fix: Some special characters in printer names weren’t displayed correctly
– Fix: Wrong connection speed displayed in certain constellations
– AutoSwitch LAN/WiFi switcher now ignores manual NIC state changes
– If Windows reinstalls a NIC after a Windows or driver update, the old NIC references will now automatically be replaced with the new ones

mRemoteNG v1.75.7008 (Hotifx 8)

mRemoteNG is multi-protocol remote connections manager that allows you to view and manage all of your remote connections in a simple yet powerful tabbed interface.

mRemoteNG supports the following protocols:

  1. RDP (Remote Desktop/Terminal Server)
  2. VNC (Virtual Network Computing)
  3. ICA (Citrix Independent Computing Architecture)
  4. SSH (Secure Shell)
  5. Telnet (TELecommunication NETwork)
  6. HTTP/HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
  7. rlogin
  8. Raw Socket Connections
mRemoteNG

mRemoteNG

Homepage: http://www.mremoteng.org/

Download page: http://www.mremoteng.org/download

License: Free (open source)

Version: v1.75.7008 Hotifx 8 (15 Jun 2017)

Change Log:

Fixes:
#589: MSI doesn’t update with newer PuTTYNG version that fixes #583
– Minor updates to the installer build

Pre-release fixes before hotfix 8:
– Refer to https://github.com/mRemoteNG/mRemoteNG/releases

NetSetMan v4.4.0

NetSetMan is an advanced network settings manager software which can easily switch between your preconfigured profiles.

The customizable parameters includes
1) IP & Gateway
2) DNS Server
3) WINS Server
4) WiFi
5) Printer
6) Computer Name
7) Workgroup
8) Connection
9) System
10) SMTP
11) Net Drive
12) Hosts
13) Script/Program and
14) IPv6

NetSetMan

NetSetMan

Furthermore, system settings can also be configured and includes many options that can be configured as shown in the screenshot below.

NetSetMan - System Settings

NetSetMan – System Settings

Homepage: http://www.netsetman.com/

Download page: http://www.netsetman.com/en/freeware#download

License: Freeware for non-commercial use and limited to 6 profiles.

Version: v4.4.0 (24 Apr 2017)
– NEW: NSM Tools! Useful network related utilities (two now, more to come)
– NEW: Tool “Console” with easy and comfortable access to Windows command line tools like ping, tracert, nslookup, netstat and ipconfig. With predefined parameters and a target IP/name history list.
– NEW: Tool “Adapters Details” providing detailed information about all network adapters and interfaces in an exportable tree or table view.
– Fix: A forced shutdown or bluescreen could have broken the settings file
– Fix: Opening NSM WiFi Management with unlocked NSM Administration
– Fix: WiFi dialog now remains in the foreground during profile import/export
– Fix: Logon feature might have removed the focus from the password field
– Fix: High-DPI scaling for items in Logon menu
– Fix (Pro): Browser/Proxy error when IE wasn’t found on the system
– Fix (Pro): License activation problem in very rare cases
– Improved behavior for closing and minimizing the main window
– Performance improvements for writing to settings file
– Simplified and improved the installation process
– Lots of minor fixes and adjustments

mRemoteNG v1.75 Hotfix 1

mRemoteNG is multi-protocol remote connections manager that allows you to view and manage all of your remote connections in a simple yet powerful tabbed interface.

mRemoteNG supports the following protocols:

  1. RDP (Remote Desktop/Terminal Server)
  2. VNC (Virtual Network Computing)
  3. ICA (Citrix Independent Computing Architecture)
  4. SSH (Secure Shell)
  5. Telnet (TELecommunication NETwork)
  6. HTTP/HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
  7. rlogin
  8. Raw Socket Connections
mRemoteNG

mRemoteNG

Homepage: http://www.mremoteng.org/

Download page: http://www.mremoteng.org/download

License: Free (open source)

Version: v1.75 Hotfix 1 (06 Mar 2017)

Change Log:

General Changes:
– #437: Modify version numbering scheme

Fixes:
– #422: Uncaught exception when clicking in connection tree whitespace
– #312: Resolved KeePass auto-type issue
– #427: Export does not respect filtering user/password/domain

mRemoteNG v1.75

mRemoteNG is multi-protocol remote connections manager that allows you to view and manage all of your remote connections in a simple yet powerful tabbed interface.

mRemoteNG supports the following protocols:

  1. RDP (Remote Desktop/Terminal Server)
  2. VNC (Virtual Network Computing)
  3. ICA (Citrix Independent Computing Architecture)
  4. SSH (Secure Shell)
  5. Telnet (TELecommunication NETwork)
  6. HTTP/HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol)
  7. rlogin
  8. Raw Socket Connections
mRemoteNG

mRemoteNG

Homepage: http://www.mremoteng.org/

Download page: http://www.mremoteng.org/download

License: Free (open source)

Version: v1.75 (01 Mar 2017)

Change Log:

General Changes:
– Lots of code clean up and refactoring
– Updated GeckoFx package
– Updated DockPanelSuite library to 2.10 Final
– Japanese translation updated
– MR-942: Refactored code relating to loading the connections file
– Limit log file size to 1 main log + 5 backups * 10MB.
– Minor UI Tweak: Default Menubar and QuickConnect Bar to same line
– MR-364: Removed “Announcement” functionality
– MR-366: Show PuTTY type and version on components check screen
– MR-586: Reduce HTTP/HTTPS document title length that is appended to the connection tab title
– MR-938: Adjust RDP Resolution list (ensure most common resolutions were available)
– MR-975: Replaced TreeView with TreeListView for displaying connection tree. This was a large change which separated the GUI from the domain model.
– #144: Removed export option for “VisionApp Remote Desktop 2008”
– #325: Code clean up and additional logging for External Tools based connections
– #298: Code clean up and additional logging around application startup
– #291, #236: External Tools code clean up and additional logging

Features/Enhancements:
– MR-961, PR-133: Option to reconnect all currently opened connection tabs
– MR-917: Improved cryptographic support
– MR-220: Don’t close the AD importer after import
– MR-971: Added Right Click method to Port Scan to import discovered hosts
– MR-1000, #211: Sub OU AD Import
– #172: Implement “audioqualitymode” for RDP sessions
– #160: Allow portable version to perform an update check (and download the latest .zip)
– #157: Implement new cryptography providers (See Tools -> Options -> Security)
– #167: fix/implement the update check (was disabled in 1.74 as part of the C# conversion)
– #273: Added Turkish translation provided by forum user “rizaemet”
– #217: Create user manual documentation for the SSH File Transfer feature
– #360: Help -> About, Version # is now selectable/copyable
– #221: RDP: Optional disconnect after X number of minutes of inactivity
– #344 – Use SHA512 File Hashes to validate downloads (in the update mechanism & posted to the Downloads page)
– Added Release Channels to the update check functionality allowing users to select one of 3 release channels for updates: Stable, Beta, Dev

Fixes:
– MR-910: Fixes to support Remote Desktop Gateways
– MR-874: Incorrect RDP prerequisite check in installer
– MR-905: mRemoteNG crashes at startup (in FIPS policy check)
– MR-902: mRemoteNG crashes after locking/unlocking the local system after loading a VNC connection
– MR-965, MR-871, MR-629: Error 264 on RDP Connect attempt – Added timeout value to Tools -> Options -> Connections
– MR-946: Remove old/insecure SharpSSH and related components. Replace with SSH.NET for File Transfer Functionality
– MR-896: Added prerequisite installer check for KB2574819. Prevents “Class not registered” errors when opening RDP connections.
– PR-130: Fix Scan button width to fit Russian translation
– MR-967: File transfer doesn’t work when specifying full path and file name (as prompted)
– MR-979: switched to notifications panel incorrectly (when configured NOT to do so)
– #254: Component check window position issues and uncaught exception
– #260: Crash when attempting to load fully encrypted confCons v2.5
– #271: Install package is not using the last installation path
– #278: Silent installs not detecting prerequisites
– #369: Reset Layout Option Does Not Reset Notification Pane
– #362: Invalid cast exception when using the Notification Area Icon minimize/restore
– #334: Quick Connect displays warning when clicking on a folder
– #325: When using a connection with an external app, results in opening the same external app continuously
– #311: Import from Active Directory does not use machine’s domain by default
– #258: Rename Tab dialog – populate original name in dialog (1.72 functionality)
– #211, #267: Recursive AD Import wasn’t fully functional