Remote Manager automatically sync to Dropbox Dekstop [Full Guide]


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Overview of Remote Desktop Manager


This has nearly 5 years I have you presented software I use daily both pro pulls that personal, it is Remote Desktop Manager . This utility allows you to build a database servers / machines while allowing you there connect quickly and with a single click.


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Another advantage is that it supports a very large number of protocols : RDS, Citrix, SSH, etc. In short, you’ll necessarily find what you need as you work on environments Linux or Windows.


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Plus interestingly, you can also create collections of identifiers and passwords that you can associate with each machine to prevent (re-) enter your login repeated for each connection.


Remote Desktop Manager synchronization Dropbox


by default, the list of servers and machines you are administering is stored on a local database that is on your workstation. It is easy to import or export this list when the PC is changed. To do this, in the menu “ Data Sources ” (or data sources), you can then make a Import and / or Export your data. By default, the file is saved in the following location :


C:UsersutilisateurAppDataLocalDevolutionsRemoteDesktopManagerConnections.db


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Mais if you use multiple machines, it may be worth de-locate this file in a Dropbox, Google Drive or even a real database (if you share this list with ‘ colleagues) .


Today, I suggest you set this file to a folder within your Dropbox in order to access data from any computer working. Since then, data sources, create a new source of données.


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Sélectionnez Dropbox (or any other location depending on your needs).


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Finally, specify the precise location and the name of the file you want to create in your Dropbox and will contain all of your data.


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once it’s done. You then have two data sources. It then remains for you to re-import your servers and credentials in your new data source .


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now , the file will be synchronized and available on all your workstations . 🙂


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