Xmanager is a powerful and easy-to-use PC X server that runs on Windows platforms. It allows you to bring remote Unix/Linux desktops to your Windows PC seamlessly. You can also run remote X applications securely through the SSH (Secure Shell) protocol even when your Windows PC is inside a private network and a firewall is between your PC and the remote server.
Xmanager is used in various fields of work including large-scale craft and semiconductor designing and server management in an IDC (Internet Data Center). It is widely used by server administrators of universities and corporations, and personal users who simply want to connect to remote hosts over the internet. Xmanager is an easy and powerful PC X server designed to satisfy the needs and wants of these various users.
Connect to the remote server system whether you are at work or at home.
If your home and office PC are connected to the internet, you can work remotely from your home. It is impossible to handle all business tasks with only text-based terminals (such as telnet). Especially with the Secure XDMCP feature of Xmanager 3.0, you can now connect from a private network or even from behind a firewall.
Share the X applications and Unix/Linux server systems.
A group of users can share various X applications like CAD/GIS that run on Unix server systems. Especially, in the environment like companies' training facilities or computer rooms of schools where user groups often switch in and out, PC X server can be flexibly used and applied.
Run MS Windows and Unix/Linux applications simultaneously.
Xmanager helps you finish your job more efficiently in the complex network environment. You can easily switch from window to window on your computer screen.
-Graphical improvement of user interface(support Render extension)
-Safer & Easier way to access remote UNIX/Linux
-The most powerful and intuitive session management tool in the market
-Xbrowser Dynamically searches for any available UNIX/Linux hosts
-Instant connection using the Address bar
-Instant connection to the UNIX/Linux machines using the Address bar
-Using the Address bar to start TELNET/SSH sessions
-Using the Address bar to start FTP sessions
-Sending Xmanager/Xstart sessions via email
-Creating desktop shortcuts for faster access to the applications you need
-Creating session with New Session Wizard
-Applying different profiles for each server and application
-Editing a Xconfig profile and applying it to multiple Xmanager sessions
-Securing your communication with the server using the SSH protocol
-Generating the user/public key with SSH Key Generation Wizard
-Preventing unauthorized use of Xmanager with Access Control
-Opening multiple Xmanager instances with different X server settings
-Using MS-DOS command line options to connect to the UNIX/Linux hosts
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