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Putty

Description

 

The PuTTY integration allows you to re-use an existing session saved locally or a custom configuration. It also support the tabbed environment.

 

Settings

 

General

Putty - General

Putty - General

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

Session

Select the session configuration to use. When opening the session, Remote Desktop Manager uses the PuTTY configuration for this session.

Embedded session

Enter the host, port, username and password manually.

Use these settings

Specify the following when Use these settings is selected:

Protocol: Select between Default, SSH, Telnet, rLogin and RAW.

Host

Port

Username

Password

Port Forwarding

Session

Indicate the session to use for the connection.

Host

Enter the host name.

Port

Enter the port to connect.

Username

Enter the username to connect.

Password

Enter the password to connect.

Show debug information (embedded)

If having issues with your session, activate this option to have a pop up window appear when launching your PuTTY session describing the steps when connecting and will indicate at which point your session is having issues.

 

After Login Commands

Putty - After Login Commands

Putty - After Login Commands

 

Much like keyboard macros, these command are simply sent to the remote host after the configurable delay. If the first 5 commands are not sufficient, simply use the More Commands text area and enter as many commands as needed and separate each one by a carriage return.

 

Advanced

Putty - Advanced

Putty - Advanced

 

OPTION

DESCRIPTION

Application

Allows you to choose a different command line client. Select between:

Putty

PLink

Default: Indicates to use whatever was defined in File - Options - Types | SSH/Telnet.

Kitty

Portable mode

Only when the Application is set to Kitty. Enable the portable mode for Kitty configuration.

Internet protocol

You can choose to use:

IPv4

IPv6

Other parameters

Any parameter listed here will simply be appended to the command line used to launch the program.

Full screen (embedded mode only)

Connect in full screen the application when embedded mode is selected.