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Make User Interface and Jump Host visible, when you select more than one entry

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Hello,
why it's not possible, to change settings on Jump hosts, when you select more then one RDP Server ?

And why it's not possible to change the User Interface settings, when you select more then one Entry ?


Regards
Andreas

Senior Network Consultant
DeTeWe Communications GmbH
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Clock2 mths

Hello Andreas,

to set multiple sessions as Jump Host you can use the Custom Powershell Command

  • select you entries
  • Right click => Edit => Batch Edit => Edit (Special Actions) => Custom Powershell Command
  • Enter this command and hit enter
$connection.MetaInformation.IsJumpHost = "true"
$RDM.Save();

to change the User Interface for multiple sessions at once please use also the Batch Edit feature
  • select you entries
  • Right click => Edit => Batch Edit => Edit (Special Actions) => Edit Entries (Session Type Settings)...
Regards,
Min

Clock2 mths

Hello Min,
thanks for your replay.

But the Feature Request is to show this in the GUI :-)

And Edit / Batch Edit / Edit Entries (Session Type Settings) shows not the right page.

Regards
Andreas

Senior Network Consultant
DeTeWe Communications GmbH
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Clock2 mths

Hi Andreas,

oh, ok sorry wink

Ok, for the User Interface please use Right click => Edit => Batch Edit => Edit (Special Actions) => Edit Entries (General Settings)... => Section More


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Regards,
Min



Clock2 mths

Hello,
yes, under Edit => Batch Edit => Edit Entries (General Settings)... => Section More you find the Tab Page.
But the rest is missing.

Better is, you have the possibility to select User Interface under Edit => Batch Edit => Edit Entries (General Settings) :-)


And for the jump host.
We want to select some RDP Server and change the Jump host settings only for this selected Server.

Regards
Andreas

Senior Network Consultant
DeTeWe Communications GmbH
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Clock2 mths

Hello,

Indeed, sometimes, not all the options are available in the Batch Edit so that you ca override them.

As Min mentioned, Custom PowerShell Command will be your best friend in any situation that you would like to perform a change on several sessions.

This help article should help you retrieving the information when needed to use the Custom PowerShell Command feature
https://help.remotedesktopmanager.com/powershell_batchactionssamples.htm

Best regards,



Jeff Dagenais

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Clock2 mths

I will add this to our todo list.

Regards

David Hervieux

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Clock2 mths

Hello David,
Thanks smile

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DeTeWe Communications GmbH
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Clock2 mths