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Restore or migrate the Saved Host List to another computer in Dameware Mini Remote Control version 11

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Updated: October 4, 2017


This article describes how to restore or migrate the Saved Host List from one machine to another in Dameware version 11.


Dameware Mini Remote Control version 11.2.


  • In older versions of MRC, moving the Saved Host Lists to other computers do not include passwords. Starting version 11.2.0, transfer of Saved Host List to another machine or computer is possible.
  • Running version 11.2.0 or later converts existing Saved Host List information from the old MRC.dbf database file to the new version 11.2.0 Saved Host List database file.
  • The MRCCv2.db file saved in 
    • C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Roaming\DameWare Development\MRCCv2.db
  • The passwords stored in the Registry are found in the following location:
    • [[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\DameWare Development\Mini Remote Control\Data\]
    • NOTE: The Registry above only stores passwords.


The following are the two ways to move and restore the Saved Host list to another computer:

Option 1:

C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Roaming\DameWare Development\MRCCv2.db

[[HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\DameWare Development\Mini Remote Control\Data\]

  1. Manually move the Saved Host List data.
  2. Copy the DB file from the following location:
  3. Export the password section of the following Registry.
  4. Copy the DB file to the target computer.
  5. Import the Registry file to the target machine.


Option 2:

  1. From the View menu of the MRC console, click Default Host Properties.
  2. Select the Authentication Options tab and click the Storage Options button.
  3. Check the Store Credentials in Database box, and then click OK.
  4. Repeat steps 1-3 on the target computer.
  5. Copy the DB file to the target computer.
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14:12, 4 Oct 2017