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The Advanced tab contains settings such as the internal data source ID and session ID. These values can be used to invoke Remote Desktop Manager from a command line or even a web protocol handler.





Override domain

Allow you to override the domain when the credential are sent to the remote session. Select between:

Default: Use the domain from the domain field in the session.

Use Host Name: Use the host name (computer name) as the domain.

Custom Domain: Use the domain in the Domain field from the Information section (in entry overview).

Use Domain from UPN: Use the UPN's domain.

Allow open multiple connections

When a connection is already open and you reopen it, create a new instance instead of focusing on the other session.

Username format

Determines the username's format. Useful when connecting to remote systems that have a single field for the username but where you still need to send the domain name in order to authenticate. The possible values are:

No Change: Does not change the username.

{Domain}\{User}: Formats the username by prefixing with the domain name.

{User}@}Domain}: Formats the username by appending the domain name.

{User}: Trims the domain to keep only the username.

Custom host port

With this you can input a customizable port for the host.

Undock maximized

Display mode undocked will be maximized when launched.

Automatically close session after

Check if you want your session to automatically close after a given number of minutes.

IDs (Used in a Command line or in PowerShell scripts)



Database ID

Internal RDM database ID. Used as a Command Line Arguments or when using RDM PowerShell module.

Data Source ID

Internal RDM data source ID. Used as a Command Line Arguments or when using RDM PowerShell module.

Session ID

Internal RDM session ID. Used as Command Line Arguments or when using RDM PowerShell module.

Command line

Fully defined command line to start this session via a command line. Hit the copy button to copy the entire command line.

Create Desktop Shortcut

Automatically create a Remote Desktop Manager shortcut on your desktop.

Create web URL

Automatically create a web URL. Requires that the protocol handler has been registered by our installer.

Creation source

The creation source is used when deleting and moving entries using the Synchronizer.