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Almost two years ago I saw Bruce using this tool at a TechNet event and asked him where I could get it. The tool was in it's Alpha stages so he was unable to pass it on but I am happy to say that now, after a long development road (it was built by Matthijs ten Seldam who is a consultant in the Netherlands) VMRC Plus is available.
VMRC Plus is a replacement for the VMRC client that ships with Virtual Server that adds a whole host of features like...
You can run this tool on any XP/Vista desktop and control your Virtual Server 2005 R2 SP1 hosts with much more capabilities. There are two ways you can get this tool as it will be part of the Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 Resource Kit. This will also be available on the Microsoft downloads site in the next few months but I couldn't wait so I put it up on our team servers for you to download!
Download VMRCPlus x86
Download VMRCPlus x64
Oh yeah did I mention it was free?
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You are the best Rod!!!
Ok this is COOL... Web intefaces are a nice "alternate". But direct kicks fanny posterior in extreme directions.
Oooooo... This was written by a computer God! Mounting ISO's. Let me wipe the drool off my face...
Oh... no... no... no... NO!!!!!!
I didn't read the license agreement. sorry.
Sorry sirs. But this is (I'm really sorry Mr. Gates, Mr. Balmer, Mr. Allen; No insult intended!) WAY better than vmrc.
But, when I shitch between multiply Virtual Machines, every time I need to enter my user name and password to connect. In previous version, using ALT+Left/Right I fast switch between VMs, without need to re-enter every time a user name and password.
Maybe I am not configure somthing in VMRCPlus...but I do not know what.