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Remote Desktop Assistant is a wrapper for Microsoft Remote Desktop Connection and OpenSSH. It creates RDP configuration files and utilizes the Remote Desktop Client, allowing to configure more RDP file parameters. Also, the application utilizes Windows built-in OpenSSH client and allows to insert auto-password and start-up commands. Manages multiple connection. Combines the features of ping and port monitor, and Wake-On-LAN magic packet sender. ... read more

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