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

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  • Name/Alias Menu: Select how you want remote systems to appear in the Browser pane. For example, select Name [Alias] to view remote systems by their hostname, followed by their alias in brackets.

  • Active Directory Computers: This node in the Browser tree detects and groups systems within their associated Active Directory domains.

  • Microsoft Windows Network: This node in the Browser tree retrieves and displays the Microsoft Windows Network Browser from the Master Browser defined on the network.

  • SAM Computers: This node in the Browser tree detects and displays systems from the Security Account Manager (SAM) database.

  • PNRP Peers: This node in the Browser tree uses Microsoft???s IPv6 Peer-to-Peer Protocol (PNRP) to detect and display remote systems.

  • Mini Remote Control Peers: This node in the Browser tree displays the remote systems that have the Mini Remote Control client agent service installed and running on them and that have been configured to broadcast their availability.

    Note: This feature utilizes IPv6.

  • Saved Host List: This node in the Browser tree displays remote systems that you have saved. You can add individual hosts to this list, and then group those hosts in separate folders. Every system in the Saved Host List can have its own unique settings.

  • Global Host List: This node in the Browser tree is only available with the centralized version of Mini Remote Control. It displays a list of remote systems that your DameWare Central Server administrator has pre-populated.

  • Personal Host List: This node in the Browser tree is only available with the centralized version of Mini Remote Control. It displays a list of remote systems that you have created from other installations of Mini Remote Control. You must select the Personal Host List node to save hosts into your personal host list.

  • Remote host list: This node in the Browser tree displays the list of remote agents on the network that you manage. It displays all remote agents for unattended connection that are approved and online.
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