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Created by Anthony.Rinaldi, last modified by Anthony.Rinaldi on Jul 11, 2016

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The File menu contains the following options:

  • Connect to local or remote sessions: Opens the Remote Connect dialog. For additional information, see Interface and dialog options.

  • Chat: Opens the Chat window when connected to a remote system. For additional information about this option, see Mini Chat.

  • Reconnect: Displays a list of recent connections. Select a connection to bypass the Remote Connect dialog and reconnect to that system.

  • Disconnect: Disconnects the Mini Remote Control connection between the local and remote systems.

  • Invite user to join remote session...: Opens the Internet Session dialog. For additional information, see Internet Session dialog.
  • Change Password: Allows you to change your DameWare Central Server password.

  • Connect via Invitation: Opens the Connect via Invitation dialog. This dialog allows you to connect to remote systems that require an invitation to connect. For additional information, see Create Invitation dialog.

    The Connect via Invitation dialog consists of the following options:

    • Invitation Entry: Paste or drop the Mini Remote Control connection invitation into the dialog entry area.

    • Browse: Browse to a saved invitation from a remote system.

    • Settings: Displays the Default Host Properties dialog.

    • Require Permission: Indicates whether the invitation requires the end user to accept the connection. This cannot be edited in the Connect via Invitation dialog.

    • Require Password: Indicates whether the invitation requires a password. This cannot be edited in the Connect via Invitation dialog.

  • Accept Incoming Connection: Opens the Accept Incoming Connect dialog. Specify a port number for remote systems to use when they attempt to connect using the Connect to Client option from the client agent service context menu. For additional information, see System tray icon context menu.

  • New Window: Opens a new Mini Remote Control window.

  • Update Client Agent: Forces the remote system to update the client agent service.

    Note: This requires local Administrator rights within the Operating System security of the remote machine.

  • Install Service: Opens the Server (Service) Installation dialog to push the Mini Remote Control client agent service to a remote system. This dialog consists of the following options:

    • Machine Name: Enter or select the hostname or IP address of the remote system.

    • Set Service Startup type to "Manual" default is "Automatic": Select this option to change the client agent service startup type to Manual.

    • Include Configuration File (DWRCS.reg): Copies the DWRCS.reg file from the local system to the remote system with pre-configured Mini Remote Control client agent service settings.

    • Configure: Click this button to configure the settings of the Mini Remote Control client agent service to copy to the remote system if enabled.

    • Copy FIPS Modules (approximately 9 MB): Copies the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) modules to the remote system when installing the Mini Remote Control client agent service.

      Note: The FIPS modules are required to connect in FIPS Encryption Mode.

    • Overwrite any existing configuration on remote host: Select this option to recreate the configuration file (DWRCSU.cfg) on the remote machine

      Note: After pushing an agent with the Overwrite any exciting configuration on remote host functionality, you need to approve the agent on remote machine again.

  • Remote Link: Opens the Send Agent Download Link dialog. You may send the remote agent download link to a user to connect for unattended session. The E-mail details button sends the unattended agent download link to an email. The Copy details to Clipboard button copies the unattended agent download link for later use.

  • Remove Service: Opens the Remove Service dialog. In the Machine Name field, enter or select the hostname or IP address of a remote system to remove the Mini Remote Control client agent service.
  • Take Screenshot: Takes a screenshot of the current session and opens the Save As dialog when connected to a remote system.
  • Print: Opens the Print dialog.

  • Print Preview: Displays a preview of the current view in print format.

  • Print Setup: Displays the standard Windows Print Setup dialog.

  • Exit: Closes the Mini Remote Control application.

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