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Feature Request: Dameware Remote Control Support

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I use Dameware Mini Remote Control a lot in production environments to connect to servers. One of the greatest things about this product is that it automatically does remote installs if there is no client and can even uninstall the client when done.

Can you add it? Below are the command line switches for it (presuming that's how you'd call it). Here's the website: http://www.dameware.com/

Regards,

Kevin
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Command Line Switches

dwrcc.exe [-c:] [-h:] [-m:machinename] [-u:username] [-p:password | -p:"pass word"] [-d:domain] [-o:TCPport] [-s:sharedsecret] [-r:] [-a:0|1|2] [-i:] [-md:] [-v:] [-?|-?:]

-c: Connect automatically.
Example: dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123

-h: Will bypass the DMRC Host Entry settings using the default connection settings unless specified otherwise by additional command line options (used with -c).
Example: dwrcc.exe -c: -h: -m:123.123.123.123

-m: Set the machine or host name or IP address.
Example: dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123

-u: Set's the User ID
Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 -u:myUsername

-p: The password field now has the ability to be enclosed in double quotes.
Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 -u:myUsername -p:"my Password"

*Note: When Smart Card Logon authentication method is specified (i.e. &endash;a:3), then &endash;p: parameter represents PIN.

Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 &endash;a:3 -p:myPIN

-d: Specifies the Domain name.
Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 -u:myUsername -p:myPassword -d:myDomainName

-o: Specifies the TCP Port Number.
Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 -o:6129

-s: Specifies the Pre-Shared Secret Password (Only available in version 4.4 and above)
Example dwrcc.exe -c: -h: -m:123.123.123.123 -u:myUsername -p:myPassword -s:mySharedSecret

-r: Specifies the use of the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) (Only available in version 4.4 and above)
Example dwrcc.exe -m:myMachineName -r:

-a: Specifies the Authentication Method. (0=Proprietary Challenge/Response, 1=NT Challenge/Response, 2=Encrypted Windows Logon, 3=Smart Card Logon)
Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 -u:myUsername -p:myPassword -d:myDomainName -a:2

*Note: When Smart Card Logon is selected, then &endash;p: switch is used to provide the PIN

Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 &endash;a:3 -p:myPIN

-i: Instance override
Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 &endash;i:1

-md: Use MRC Mirror Driver if available
Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 &endash;md:

-v: View Only
Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 &endash;v:

-x: Automatically close the MRC application after you disconnect from the remote macine (via command line).
Example dwrcc.exe -c: -m:123.123.123.123 -x:

-?: Displays this Help menu
Example dwrcc.exe -?:

Clock11 yrs

DOH! It's there! you are awesome man.

Clock11 yrs

Hi,
I happy that you like it. This is very limited for now, but I will add other parameters soon (Username, password, domain, port). Let me know if you need another parameter (if it's available in the command line).

Have a nice day.

David Hervieux
Devolutions inc.

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Clock11 yrs

I do use the proprietary login which requires a specific username/password which would also require authentication method. That would be helpful. THANKS!

Clock11 yrs

Hi,
everything is now available in the official release of Remote Desktop Manager 5.5.

Thank you for your help

David Hervieux
Devolutions inc.

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Clock11 yrs