+button in the upper-right corner of the main window.
Choose a protocol, such as RDP, SSH, or VNC, at the top of the pop-up window.
Set the server's name, tags, notes (supports Markdown), and others.
(Optional) Customize the server icon (system-built or manually uploaded) and highlight color (default is no highlight, setting a highlight color will highlight the server in the list and connection process).
(Optional) Configure scripts for the server, such as opening VPN before starting remote desktop, or closing VPN after closing remote desktop. Scripts support cmd, PowerShell, and Python. Please see the Open a VPN before connect for further details.
Continue entering server address, port, credentials and other information, and select your desired connection settings.
- Click the
Savebutton to complete adding the server and return to the homepage.
Servers are displayed in the main window as cards or lists. You can click the
Settings button in the upper-right corner of the interface to expand the menu and choose
Toggle Cards/List to switch the display mode of servers.
- In list mode, click on the header above the list to sort the servers.
- Or you can click the
Settingsbutton in the upper-right corner of the interface to expand the menu and choose "Sorting" to sort the servers.
- If Sort by drag is selected, you can drag the server to the desired position to sort the servers.
When you move mouse over a server, the
Settings button will be displayed. Clicking on this button will display a menu where you can connect to, edit, create a replica, delete, copy the server address and account password, etc. (Note: If you connect to a MySQL server with read-only permissions, you will not be able to edit, copy, or delete server information stored in that database.)
You can also directly enter the edit interface by right-clicking on a server with your mouse.
By selecting multiple servers using the checkboxes and clicking the
Edit button at the bottom of the main window, you can enter the batch editing interface to perform uniform editing operations on multiple servers. With proper server labels, you can easily select all servers under a specific label and modify their addresses or account passwords in bulk.
The exported data is stored in plain text, so please handle it with care.
When some servers are selected,
Export button can export selected items to json file which you can import it to another PC or simply make a backup. Please see the Data synchronization for further details.
- Click the
+button in the upper-right corner of the main window
import jsonto import json file exported from 1Remote.
Importing from mRemoteNG
- In mRemoteNG, right-click on the server and choose "Export to File...". Set the "File Format" to "mRemoteNG CSV" in the pop-up window, and click the
OKbutton in the lower-right corner to export.
- In 1Remote, click the
+button in the upper-right corner of the main window, and choose "import mRemoteNG csv". Select the CSV file you just exported in the pop-up dialog, and click "Open" to complete the import.
Importing from PRemoteM
Since PRemoteM is our old name, you can also import data from PRemoteM.
Our migration tool will auto detect your old data when your first start 1Remote.
If the you miss the auto-migration, you can still import it manually:
- In PRemoteM export all data following the Data export guide, you will get a *.prma file.
- In 1Remote click the
+button in the upper-right corner then click the
Importbutton, select the *.prma file you just exported in the pop-up dialog by select the file filter *.*, and click "Open" to complete the import.
Importing from RDP Files
We are not able to get password form RDP file, so you may have to enter password manually.
- In MSTSC.exe, click "Show Options" to expand the window, click the
Save As...button under "Connection settings", and save as an RDP file.
- In 1Remote, click the
+button in the upper-right corner of the main window, and choose "import *.rdp". Select the RDP file you just saved in the pop-up dialog, and click "Open" to complete the import.
Starting Remote Connections
Starting from the main window
- Servers are displayed in the main window as cards or lists. Double-click a server to open the corresponding remote session.
- You can also check the checkbox in front of each server, and then click the
Connectbutton at the bottom of the main window to start multiple remote sessions at once.
- If you have labeled the servers, you can right-click the label in the label list above the main window, and click the
Connectbutton to start multiple remote sessions at once.
Starting from the Launcher
You can use the default shortcut Alt + M call the launcher, then type some key words to search the server you want to connect, then press Enter to start.
For more details about the Launcher, please see the Launcher.
Remote session windows are displayed in the window as tabs. You can detach the tab to a new window by dragging the tab to the upper-left corner of the window.
You can add multi-tag for each server, all your Tags will be shown on Tag page.
A short cut of the tags selected in this page will be display on the top bar for quick access.
I suggest making a tag name as short as you can to save space.
Right-click on tag and you will find a
If you need a strong tag management, you can use multiple filter to find the server you want.
By click / right-click / ctrl-click on the tag, you can include or exclude the tag
e.g. sometimes I wanna list all my servers in home but exclude RDP.