Ability to use xterm terminal type


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mrisoli
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Greetings,

I currently manage a mixed Windows / Linux environment. I have been using VNC Manager Enterprise for a number of years, but desperately need a way to set the SSH connections to use xterm.

I have seen older posts with this request and understand that VNC Manager uses a 3rd party .NET provider for SSH connectivity.

Before I switch tools, I want to see if/when the xterm ability will be made to the product.

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Yury Averkiev (s-code)
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Hello,
the satiation hasn't changed. We use a third-party product to emulate SSH/telnet terminals. And they haven't added support for xterm.

What you can do is add Putty as an External Tool and launch it from VNC Manager.

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Yury Averkiev, SmartCode

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