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System Tools tab

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Use the System Tools tab to add, remove, and manage third-party utilities you want to be able to launch from within the Remote Support application. The System Tools tab includes the following buttons at the top of the tab to manage the list of tools:

Create a New menu option.

Edit an existing menu option.

Move a menu option down.

Move a menu option up.

Delete a menu option.

The default list of tools is comprised of a group of sample applications to illustrate the functionality of this feature. None of these applications are affiliated with the Remote Support program.

When you add or edit a menu option, configure the following settings as appropriate:

  • Command: Enter or browse to the application you want Remote Support to open.

  • Arguments: Enter any command-line arguments you want Remote Support to use with the selected command.

  • Initial Directory: Enter or browse to the starting directory for the selected command.

To add a separator to your menu list:

  1. Create a new menu option.

  2. Name the menu option Separator.

  3. Click OK or Apply as appropriate.

To specify a control key for a menu item:

  1. Create a new menu option.

  2. Enter a name for the menu option with the ampersand (&) before the control key. For example, &Performance Monitor results in the Performance Monitor menu option with the command key, P.

  3. Specify the option's settings.

  4. Click OK or Apply as appropriate.

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