Terminals is a secure, multi tab terminal services/remote desktop client. It uses Terminal Services ActiveX Client (mstscax.dll).
The project started from the need of controlling multiple connections simultaneously. It is a complete replacement for the mstsc.exe (Terminal Services) client.
Latest Setup and
Deployable Bits from Source (use with caution!)
Supported server protocols:
- Windows remote desktop (RDP)
- ICA Citrix
- HTTP and HTTPs based viewers
See features list
November 10, 2011 - Automatic Buids
Friends of ours have graciously allowed us to piggy back on their TeamCity installation, which allows us to start publishing frequent builds. In fact we setup TeamCity to produce a build on every code commit!
November 1, 2011 - Beta Release for version 2
Now that we have made some serious progress through the bug tracker the team has decided that now would be a good time to re-enter the beta/testing stage for a final version 2.0 release. Please take time to download the release
and provide feedback ASAP.
June 26, 2011 - An Update.
I ran through the Issue Tracker and pushed out all issues to either a 2.0 or 2.1 build. The 2.0 items are items which we are going to try to achieve to get done for an official 2.0 release. If your item is NOT in
that list, raise the issue and lets discuss. All items pushed to 2.1 are pushed to a "future" release, be that 2.1 or beyond.
I also tried to close any long standing, inactive issues which seem dormant and I couldn't easily reproduce. If something was closed in error, just re-open it and we can deal with it accordingly.
Feb 15, 2011
- (Happy Valentines Day!) Terminals 2.0 RC1 released
This release has been updated for RDP Client 6 support. Please ensure your RDP6 client files are registered correctly when running it. Read the release notes on the download page for a complete list of changes. This DOES include the NLA/RDP6
May 11, 2010
- Terminals 1.9a released
This release has been updated for RDP Client 6 support. Please ensure your RDP6 client files are registered correctly when running it.