Blogging about Royal TS/X, Royal Server and Royal Passwords

In Royal TS for Windows, there are two Terminal connection plugins:

  1. Terminal based on Rebex
  2. Terminal based on PuTTY

In general we recommend using the rebex based terminal plugin because it's tightly integrated...

Have you ever used a search engine and made a spelling mistake? Have you ever wondered how the search engines still manage to deliver correct results even though you made a spelling mistake? The reason for this is that t...

Aside from software functionality and performance, a personalized working space which fulfils your needs and requirements, is half the battle won. Royal TS/X provides a full range of settings to customize the way that yo...

When you’re working with Royal TS/X, our aim is that you feel comfortable with it, so we put a lot of effort into generating a dynamic and customizable User Interface. Therefore, Royal TS/X provides lots of options and t...

It has been two years since we released the last major versions of our products. In these two years, we were able to integrate a couple of great new features and a lot of smaller enhancements throughout all our products....

A couple of weeks ago we released the beta of Version 5 of Royal TS for Windows. In this blog post we want to introduce a couple of things we changed in the user interface. We are still tweaking and optimizing V5, so the...

Recently we got an interesting support request where a customer wanted to prepare the application settings, which are usually available in the Royal TS UI through View -> Options, using a logon script in PowerShell.

I...