Depedending on type of your install, the file can live only in two directories:
- Program Files/Terminals/Data
I also had this happen in version 3.5. My menu strip and standard toolbar disappeared. I am running this on Windows 7.
I had the file ToolStrip.settings.config file residing in these two locations:
c:\Program Files (x86)\Terminals
(* Note: No Data subfolder)
The file located in the users path appears to take precedence. In trying to fix the issue I changed the following setting from false to true in the file located in the default path. The change had no effect on the application.
I then made the same change in the file located in the users path and the standard toolbar was back.
While in this file I noticed that the menu strip setting was set to false and changed that to true as well. As expected the menu strip became visible.
The loss of the menu strip and standard toolbar seemed to coincide around the time I was making some changes within the application and when installing another RDS management tool. Below were the changes:
1) Import of connections
2) Hiding of shortcuts toolbar and favorites toolbar
3) Disabling of minimize to tray setting from the options menu item
4) Installation of Remote Desktop Connection Manager from MS
I'm leaning toward the last installation of the RDCMan.msi application as being the cause of the issue...but that being said, I may have disabled the standard toolbar when I disabled the shortcuts toolbar and favorites toolbar from within the application. I
have no idea as to how the menu strip would disappear. I don't recall that option in the application.
If I have a chance to troubleshoot later I will try and replicate. Sorry I couldn't narrow the issue further at this point in time.
Thanks to all those who have worked on this application. This is an awesome/excellent application. I could not achieve the higher level of efficiency in system administration without this application. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!