App Windows – Remote Desktop Manager Enterprise 2020.3.12.0 Multilingual

File size: 180.6 MB

Remote Desktop Manager is a small apgfplication used to manage all your remote connections and virtual machines.​

Add, edit, delete, shared, organize and find your remote connection quickly. Compatible with Microsoft Remote Desktop, Termfinal Services, VNC, LogMeIn, Team Viewer, Ftp, SSH, Telnet, Dameware, X Window, VMware, Virtual PC, PC Anywhere, Hyper-V, Citrix, Radmin, Microsoft Remote Assistance, Sun Virtual Box and more.

* Share your remote connection settings inside a company database.

* Save your credentials and passwords in a database.

* Monitor user activities with the database logs.

* Faster and more secure solution.

* Available in single license, multiple licenses pack, global license or site license.

Microsoft Remote Desktop (RDP)

Microsoft Remote Assistance

VNC (UltraVNC, TightVNC, RealVNC and embedded)


Team Viewer

FTP (Explorer, Filezilla and WinSCP)

X Window

Putty (SSH, Telnet, RAW and rLogin)

Dameware Mini Remote Control

Radmin Viewer

Citrix XenApp (ICA)

Symantec PC Anywhere

Microsoft Hyper-V

Microsoft Virtual PC

Microsoft Virtual Server

Microsoft Windows Virtual PC

Sun VirtualBox

VMware Player, VMware Workstation, VMware ESXi and VMware vSphere

Cisco VPN client

SonicWall Global VPN client


Is it possible to do in-app purchase via using my desktop browser?

As far as I know there is no web-based interface for performing in-app purchases.
In-app purchases are only triggered by the app.

The only chance to purchase an in-app item on your computer would be to use an Android emulator with PlayStore installed (Google provides images with PlayStore) assuming that the app you want to purchase items in is available for x86 devices (the emulator is not an ARM device).

In this case you could set-up the emulator with your Google account, download the app, start the app and purchase what you want from inside the app.

remote desktop – xrdp instantly shutdowns after loggin in WSL2 Ubuntu 20.04 Budgie

I was using WSL2 Ubuntu 18.04 but upgraded to 20.04

and followed an instruction below.

$ sudo apt update && sudo apt -y upgrade
$ sudo apt-get install xrdp
$ sudo apt-get install ubuntu-budgie-desktop

chose gdm3 between gdm3 and lightdm

$ sudo sed -i 's/3389/3390/g' /etc/xrdp/xrdp.ini
$ sudo /etc/init.d/xrdp start

Then ran rdp client on windows 10 -> localhost:3390
I couldn’t connect for the first time, so I rebooted the total system.(Wsl2 as well as Windows)
It worked then.
So I logged in, chose Xorg(default), and typed my username and password.
New Windows appeared and closed just right after then like blinking.

Any solution or reason for this problem?

This is a log from /var/log/xrdp-sesman.log

(20201023-20:53:39) (INFO ) A connection received from ::1 port 38426
(20201023-20:53:39) (INFO ) ++ created session (access granted): username thorvalds, ip ::1:46086 - socket: 11
(20201023-20:53:39) (INFO ) starting Xorg session...
(20201023-20:53:39) (DEBUG) Closed socket 8 (AF_INET6 :: port 5910)
(20201023-20:53:39) (DEBUG) Closed socket 8 (AF_INET6 :: port 6010)
(20201023-20:53:39) (DEBUG) Closed socket 8 (AF_INET6 :: port 6210)
(20201023-20:53:39) (INFO ) calling auth_start_session from pid 272
(20201023-20:53:39) (DEBUG) Closed socket 7 (AF_INET6 ::1 port 3350)                                               -logfile .xorgxrdp.%s.log
(20201023-20:53:39) (DEBUG) Closed socket 6 (AF_INET6 ::1 port 3350)
(20201023-20:53:39) (DEBUG) Closed socket 7 (AF_INET6 ::1 port 3350)
(20201023-20:53:39) (INFO ) /usr/lib/xorg/Xorg :10 -auth .Xauthority -config xrdp/xorg.conf -noreset -nolisten tcp -logfile .xorgxrdp.%s.log
(20201023-20:53:39) (CORE ) waiting for window manager (pid 273) to exit
(20201023-20:53:40) (CORE ) window manager (pid 273) did exit, cleaning up session
(20201023-20:53:40) (INFO ) calling auth_stop_session and auth_end from pid 272
(20201023-20:53:40) (DEBUG) cleanup_sockets:                                                                      86 - socket: 11
(20201023-20:53:40) (DEBUG) cleanup_sockets: deleting /run/xrdp/sockdir/xrdp_chansrv_audio_out_socket_10
(20201023-20:53:40) (DEBUG) cleanup_sockets: deleting /run/xrdp/sockdir/xrdp_chansrv_audio_in_socket_10
(20201023-20:53:40) (DEBUG) cleanup_sockets: deleting /run/xrdp/sockdir/xrdpapi_10
(20201023-20:53:40) (INFO ) ++ terminated session:  username myusername, display :10.0, session_pid 272, ip ::1:46086 - socket: 11

Sharing my desktop

I have a problem when I share the display in a meeting whit any program like discord, google meet or diferent browsers, nobody see what I’m doing and only see the mouse.enter image description here

Anybody knows what happen??

gnome – Can’t make custom desktop launcher launchable

I am on Ubuntu 20.04. My GNOME Shell is at version 3.36.4.

An example of what works: In Terminal, I type cp /usr/share/applications/ ~/Desktop. On the desktop (NOT from Nautilus), I right-click the icon of a gear on a paper sheet with the caption org.gnome.Terminal.… and there is Allow Launching. I click that menu entry and the icon is changed to Terminal’s icon and the caption now says Terminal.

What doesn’t work: I create a file under ~/Desktop with the name Reboot-into-Text-Mode.desktop. I edit the file so that it reads

Name=Reboot into Text Mode
Exec=pkexec /opt/scripts/kexec-text

From Terminal, I run chmod +x ~/Desktop/Reboot-into-Text-Mode.desktop. When I right click the corresponding icon on the desktop (NOT from Nautilus), I am given a context menu that does NOT contain Allow Launching`. I want to be able to run this command by clicking a desktop shortcut and not just from the terminal.

How can I make my .desktop file launchable? Why can’t I make it launchable when I was able to make Terminal’s .desktop file launchable?

usability – Desktop Application Multiple Level Navigations on the page!

I am having 2 options as mock-ups wherein i am here to collect your opinion on the same.

The user will be clicking the global menu and he will land on the listing page. If the user needs to check the record details, he will click on view details against the record on the listing page.

When the user navigates to the View details page, he will have a lot of information that will be grouped and show it to the user. I am having a Page-level grouping and each group will have sub-level grouping on the page shown below.

Option 1:
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Option 2:
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If you see in the screens, There is a Global Menu, Page Tabs & Inside Page tabs there are some more details which are sub-groups. Request you to drop your comments.. That will help me finalizing… Thank you..

remote desktop – Difference between SSH Tunnel and HTTP Tunnel

I am trying to understand the difference between SSH port-forwarding/tunneling and HTTP tunneling. So when I try RDP over SSH tunnel it works, but when try the same over an established secure HTTP tunnel it doesn’t. I am trying to understand the core difference or reason for this difference in tunneling.

Thanks in advance!

usability – In a Desktop application, should the recent file list placed directly in the file menu

A desktop tool mostly offers recent files. I am used to press Alt+F and then 1 to open the first recent files. It seems that I learned it from Notepad++. I thought it was a “platform convention” (refs Usability Guidelines), but it doesn’t seem like that.

Here are some examples. What would you recommend why? Maybe I am a too old-school user wanting to have the list of recent files with one action (one hotkey), not with a combined action (two subsequent hotkeys).









(I want to change that –>, but I am unsure)

virtualization – What are the virtual desktop risks that i should consider?

I have seen many companies now implement virtual desktop to allow users to connect from their home/personal devices to access corporate resources. AWS Workspaces is one example of virtual desktop.

If a user is connecting from their personal (non corporate) device to access company information; what risks should i be worried about?

Can malware on personal device propagate to the virtual desktop if accessed over TLS?

Other risks i can think of are as follows:

  • User taking photos of corporate data with his/her camera
  • Unauthorised persons viewing the information.

What are the the technical risks i should be worried about?

desktop icons missing 18.04.4LTS – Ask Ubuntu

The desktop icons are missing.
Rebooting doesn’t show them.
Tweaks is set to “Show Icons” on.
New folders and files show.
The Home folder showed when set to On in Tweaks.
‘locate’ lists the files and folders.


drwxr-xr-x  4 a a   4096 Oct 19 15:36  ./
drwxrwxr-x 28 a a   4096 Oct 19 16:41  ../
-rw-rw-r--  1 a a 108472 Oct 19 13:32  extundelete-0.2.4.tar.bz2
drwxrwxr-x  2 a a   4096 Oct 19 12:33 'Lucida Console Regular'/
-rw-rw-r--  1 a a  69991 Oct 19 12:32 'Lucida Console'
drwxrwxr-x  2 a a   4096 Oct 19 15:36  test/

I have changed the permissions on the second line to “drwxrwxr-x” from “drwxr-xr-x” with no change even after a reboot.
I assume the directory name for the first one or two lines need changing to an actual name but do not know how.
Any suggestions?