mRemoteNG is a very nice fork of open source remote tools. It supports multi-protocol. The official website says:
mRemoteNG supports the following protocols: RDP (Remote Desktop/Terminal Server) VNC (Virtual Network Computing) ICA (Citrix Independent Computing Architecture) SSH (Secure Shell) Telnet (TELecommunication NETwork) HTTP/HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) rlogin Raw Socket Connections
But one thing makes me frustrated is the mouse cursor disappeared randomly when I try select strings in browser or notepad in remote desktop. I use Windows 10, the issue doesn’t occur in Windows native remote desktop. I went through the bug list of mRemoteNG, and figured out it may be related to HiDPI of my screen.
Looks like no solution at this moment until 1.77 release. The workaround is the following:
HPE 3PAR upgrading team usually sends a per-requisites before upgrading. One thing in the guide incorrect is the Windows 2012 required patch KB3046101.
You may see error below when you install the path on Windows 2012 server.
The update is not applicable to your computer
The reason is the version of mpio.sys and msdsm.sys on your server is higher than 6.3.9600.17809. Usually, because the server installed KB3121261 already. You can ignore KB3046101.
You may need only 1 IP address for blade console in Cisco UCS Manager. You can follow Understanding “Management IP” of Cisco UCS Manager to configure it. You may see warning “Vlan ‘xxx’ resolved to unsupported VLAN ID” when you delete existing inbound and outbound IP pools if you are trying to clean up existing management IP pools.
That’s because inbound IP address for blade is not cleaned. You have to go to “Equipment” -> “Chassis” -> Target chassis -> “Servers” -> Target server -> Go to “Inventory” tab -> “CIMC” tab -> Click “Change Inbound Management IP” -> Remove existing VLAN and IP pool.
You will see inband IP tab is blank once it’s saved. Please note, the IP address reassign back after 1 minute if you clicked “Delete Inband Configuration” instead of “Change Inbound Managemnt IP“.
I usually document my scripts in OneNote. It would be perfect if OneNote 2016 can highlight scripts. I found a nice plugin call “NoteHighlight2016” for OneNote 2016. It’s not only for 32 bit but also for 64 bit. You can download it in Github.
The default codes are C#, SQL, CSS, JS, HTML, XML, JAVA, PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, and CPP. But you can change the settings to show more or less in riboon.xml in the installation folder.
The reason is Admin -> Key Management -> KeyRing default is expired. It’s not possible to delete or change the KeyRing in GUI. You have to log in to SSH of Cisco UCS Manager and run following commands (The strings after “#”):