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It is possible to apply a filter in the Navigation Pane tree view by typing some characters in the filter box. The filter is applied using the specified settings in the application Filter options.


If the Navigation Pane tree view is hidden, a dialog will appear with the filtered content.




Search/Filter location


Search/Filter area


The search/filter location can be select in the Filter options of the application.


Ellipsis Button


Select the ellipsis button to display the options.


Ellipsis button


The filter expression is matched against fields as selected in the filter options such as:










Contact Reference

Contact Information

Hardware Information

Sub Connections

Various Contact information fields (choose them in the sub menu)


It's possible to exclude results by choosing to display entries that match certain criteria:


Session types (credentials, script tools, VPN, etc.)

If the session is marked as a Favorites


A search by types can be executed to include Sessions, Data Entries, Contacts, Documents, Credentials Entries, VPNs, Macros/Scripts/Tools, Show Sync.


Search Types


The Search Options will offer you the possibility to include the shortcuts, the sub connections, show only the favorites and/or make the search case sensitive.


Search Options


Keyboard Shortcut


Use the keyboard shortcut CTRL+F to quickly have access to the Search/Filter control. This can be disabled in File - Options - User Interface - Keyboard.

You can set the focus back on the Navigation Pane by using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+L, this also can be disable in the options.




Filter in trayicon


The search/filter is also available from the trayicon. Right-click on the Remote Desktop Manager trayicon and select Filter.


Boolean Filter


Here a few implementation notes for the Boolean filter:


We use the C# nomenclature (&& for AND, || for OR)

Evaluated left-to-right

No parentheses matching

Double-quotes (") are not required or removed, they are part of the text filter, do not use them unless you are looking for a double-quote.

Leading/trailing white-spaces are trimmed


Examples (this will work)


Boise && Laptop


Boise  &&  Laptop

Baton Rouge || Boise && Laptop

Laptop && Baton Rouge


Examples (this will not work as expected)


Laptop && "Baton Rouge"

- Will work but filter for the string "Baton Rouge" and not the string Baton Rouge


Laptop && (Baton Rouge || Boise)

- Will work but filter for Laptop and the string (Baton Rouge || Boise)