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

It has only been a couple of months since we released the major new version 3 of Royal TS for Windows and here we are again with a huge pile of awesome! Royal TS V3.1 has many new features and improvements, we could almo...

When managing Windows servers there is no way around PowerShell. So it was only logical that one of the most requested features was to fully integrate PowerShell in our products.

Note: This feature is included in the...

In the past, Royal TSX (for OS X) had to do a lot of catching up to get on par with all the Royal TS (for Windows) features. Since the Royal TSX V2 release, there’s almost no feature missing anymore but there is one Roya...

Royal TS (for Windows) V3.1 and Royal TSX (for macOS) V2.1 ship with a new feature, which was requested regularly, called “Overrides“. In a nutshell, Overrides allow you to customize/personalize connections in a docu...

In a previous blogpost we have described the approach how to check for clean and dirty server reboots using the Windows Events View. But imagine, you want to see this information from different servers? Always changing...

Remark: the main idea behind this post comes from this post which is using SCOM for this task. This blogpost achieves a similar scenario by using Royal TS/X.

The Use Case

We want to know when a specific list of...

During the Royal Server beta period, one of the most requested features was “Secure Gateway” or “SSH Tunneling”. We gathered a lot of feedback and worked hard on implementing tunnel support in our Royal TS and Royal TSX...