Sends the Ctrl+Alt+Del keystrokes to the remote machine.
Send Smart Card Logon
Sends a Smart Card Logon request to the remote machine which will instruct the Operating System to display the PIN dialog.
Send Ctrl+Shift+Escape (Task Manager)
Sends the Ctrl+Shift+Esc keystrokes to the remote machine and if accepted, will display the Windows NT Task Manager on the remote machine.
Send Ctrl+Escape (Start Menu)
Sends the Ctrl+Esc keystrokes to the remote machine and if accepted, will display the Start Menu of the remote machine.
Send Alt+Tab (Switch)
Sends the Alt+Tab keystrokes to the remote machine and if accepted, allows the MRC user to switch between programs that are running on the remote machine.
Lock Remote Keyboard and Mouse
Locks the remote keyboard and mouse during the MRC session.
Enable Control to All
Enables all connected users to have control of the mouse and keyboard of the remote machine.
Opens the PING dialog.
MRC Ping Dialog:
Host Name or IP Address:
Enter the Host Name or the IP Address of the remote machine on which to PING the MRC Client Agent Service.
Connect on Reply:
Allows the MRC to automatically establish an MRC connection when the MRC Client Agent Service responds to the PING.
Maximum Connect Attempts:
The maximum number of times the MRC will attempt to establish the MRC connection automatically.
Connect Delay (in seconds):
The number of seconds the MRC application will wait prior to attempting to establish the MRC connection once the MRC Client Agent Service responds to the PING.
Opens the Advanced PING settings.
Use MRC Server Service Ping (non ICMP):
Attempt to PING the MRC Client Agent Service.
On MRC Ping Failure Use Service Control Manager Ping:
If the MRC Client Agent Service PING fails, this setting allows the MRC application to attempt to PING the Service Control Manager on the remote machine.
MRC Ping Failure Count:
The number of times MRC PING will be allowed to fail before the Service Control Manager PING is attempted.
Use Service Control Manager Ping Only:
This setting will cause the PING functionality to attempt to PING the Service Control Manager exclusively.
Minimum delay between MRC Ping failures:
The number of seconds between each MRC PING attempt.
Minimum delay between SCM Ping failures:
The number of seconds between each Service Control Manager PING attempt.
Only Use MRC or SCM Ping after successful ICMP Ping Reply(s):
Attempts the MRC PING and/or the Service Control Manager PING only after a successful reply to an ICMP PING.
ICMP Ping Reply Count:
The number of times the ICMP reply was received.
Wake on LAN
Opens the Wake on LAN dialog.
Wake on LAN Dialog:
The IP Address of the remote machine to wake.
A Host Name instead of an IP Address can be entered into the IP Address field and the Resolve button can be selected to resolve the Host Name to its IP Address. ***This is dependent on Names Resolution being properly configured. MRC does not perform any Names Resolution.
Last known IP Address:
The last known IP Address of the remote machine to wake.
Use last known IP Address:
Allows the last known IP Address of the remote machine to be used in the wake attempt.
The Subnet Mask of the remote machine to wake.
This address is calculated from the IP Address and the Subnet Mask of the remote machine to wake.
Calculates the Broadcast Address from the IP Address and Subnet Mask of the remote machine to wake.
Use this Broadcast Address:
Allows the current calculated Broadcast Address to be used.
The MAC Address of the remote machine to wake.
Sends the Wake on LAN request.
SecureOn Password - hex range 0 to ff separator : or -
An embedded password that can be used as an additional security feature.
Closes the Wake on LAN dialog.
The Alias of the remote machine (if selected from the Saved Host List that includes an Alias).
The TCP Port on which to attempt the Wake on LAN.
Number of packets:
The number of packets to be sent in the Wake on LAN attempt.
Max Hops IPv6:
The maximum number of hops the Wake on LAN attempt will use.
The IPv6 scope for the Wake on LAN attempt. Scope can be defined as Link-Local, Site-Local, Organization-Local, or Global.
Nodes or Routers IPv6:
Allows the MRC user to use all nodes or all routers in the Wake on LAN attempt.
Quick User Switching
Displays the Quick User Switch dialog.
Quick User Switch Dialog
Allows Administrators to switch directly between different logged in accounts without having to first switch back to the Logon Desktop (the Switch User Screen).
Enter the password of the account to switch to.
RDP Session Switching
Allows the MRC user to connect to any active RDP session on the server. Connect to the console of the remote machine with MRC, then select the RDP Session Switching option.
Sends a refresh to the remote machine. This feature is designed to clear the remote keyboard of any stuck keys and can be used when the remote machine does not appear to be accepting keyboard input.
Sends a Reboot request to the remote machine. ***Note: Rebooting the remote machine will result in the MRC session being disconnected.