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System tray icon context menu

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

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When the DameWare Mini Remote Control client agent service is installed and running on a remote system, the service displays the Mini Remote Control SysTray icon in the remote system's system tray unless you configure it to do otherwise. When the end-user right-clicks on the SysTray icon, it opens the SysTray Icon context menu, which allows users to specify the settings for the client agent service.

The SysTray Icon context menu consists of the following options:

  • Who Is Connected: Displays information about who is currently connected to the system using the Mini Remote Control program.

  • Disconnect: Disconnects the active Mini Remote Control session.

  • Settings: Opens the Mini Remote Control client agent service settings dialog. For additional information, see MRC Client Agent Service settings.

  • Invitation: Opens the Invitation dialog so the user can create a Mini Remote Control connection invitation. For additional information, see Create Invitation dialog.

  • Connect To Client: Opens the Connect To Client dialog so the user can connect to a remote Mini Remote Control application. For additional information, see Connect to Client dialog.

  • Join Internet Session: Allows you to manually join an Internet Session by entering the Internet Session Link in the field.

  • About: Displays the "About" dialog for the Mini Remote Control client agent service.

  • Exit: Closes the DWRCS.EXE and DWRCST.EXE applications.

Note: Available options change if the Mini Remote Control client agent service is running as an application or as a service.

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