mRemoteNG v1.75.7012

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: v1.75.7012 (01 Dec 2017)

Change Log:
#814: Fixed bug that prevented reordering connections by dragging
#810: Official mRemoteNG builds will now be signed with a DigiCert certificate
#803: File path command line argument not working with network path

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NetSetMan v4.6.0

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: v4.6.0 (29 Nov 2017)
– NEW: “Public DNS Servers” list for quick access from the DNS context menu
–> Prefilled with the most common DNS servers, but fully customizable
– New method for the IPv6 feature for reading the current addresses
– Compatibility for Windows 10 version 1709 (“Fall Creators Update”)
– Fix: WiFi debug file removed
– Fix: Skip delay if a program that is set to “Run once” is already running
– Fix: MAC address format in LAN/Adapter dialog
– Fix (Pro): Updating prepared NICs in settings file with NICLabel only
– Lots of minor fixes and adjustments

mRemoteNG v1.75.7011

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: v1.75.7011 (08 Nov 2017)

Change Log:
#778: Custom connection file path command line argument (/c) not working
#763: Sometimes minimizing folder causes connection tree to disappear
#761: Connections using external tools do not start (introduced in v1.75.7009)
#758: “Decryption failed” message when loading from SQL server
Fixed issues with /resetpanels and /resetpos command line arguments
Resolved bug where connection tree hotkeys would sometimes be disabled

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

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