mRemoteNG.org mRemoteNG 1.76.20.24615
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Author: Paul Cobben
Date: June 6, 2022

Repackaging tips and silent install information for mRemoteNG.org mRemoteNG 1.76.20.24615. This App Tip provides comprehensive details for conducting a silent installation of mRemoteNG. It includes additional insights, such as user environment specifics, extra installation parameters, and repackaging tips.

About

mRemoteNG or multi-Remote Next Generation connection manager is a tool that helps you manage multiple diverse connections with remote systems. It can handle different types of connections, including Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP), Virtual Network Computing (VNC), Secure Shell (SSH), and others.

General Information

Vendor Information

mRemoteNG.org

Application Name

mRemoteNG

Application Version

1.76.20.24615

Download Link

https://mremoteng.org/

License Needed

No

Vendor Install

Installation Type

Architecture

x86

Description

also a ZipFile

Application Configuration/Settings

Registry

File

AD/GPO

AAD/GPO

User Environment Data

Registry

File

Other

Infrastructure Dependencies

Description

ODBC

Connection Name

Driver

Parameters

Setup.exe parameters

/passive /qn

MSI Public Properties

Installation Commands

Silent Install Command

Silent Uninstall Command

Repackaging Score

MSI

Unknown

MSIX

Full Functional
The software was packaged on Windows 10 21H2 using Microsoft MSIX Packaging Tool 1.2022.330 both with or without PSF. The PsfLauncher and FRF are needed (file based configuration in Program Files) if any pre-configration is attempted.

App-V

Full Functional
Allow VFS Writes option is recommended.

ThinApp

Unknown

Citrix App Layer

Unknown

VMWare App Volumes

Unknown

Other

Unknown

Repackaging Tips

Zip based installer
Unpack to a folder and create a shortcut.

The application uses the registry for configuration.
Shortcuts to 'Credits.lnk', 'License.lnk', and 'Readme.lnk', may be removed. If left on Windows 10/11 editing the names to start with mRemoteNG is recommended.
No files in AppData/Local or Roaming by the installer, however, configuration information is stored in both locations.
There is an updater, enabled by default. This may be turned off through a file in the user's appdatalocal folder. Unfortunately, the software generates a system hash for the path to this file so automated packaging to turn this off is not practical except by the end user. But this is the same as with a native install.
No FTAs or Shell Extensions.
Lots of ActiveX.

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