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Use a PowerShell Logon Script to Pre-Configure Royal TS Settings

Recently we got an interesting support request where a customer wanted to prepare the application settings, which are usually available in the Royal TS UI through View -> Options,  using a logon script in PowerShell. I thought it would be a good idea to share this in a blog post because there are one or […]



Royal TS 4.2 Release

Today we’re glad to announce that another feature packed release of Royal TS (for Windows) is available! Version 4.2 contains lots of cool new features, various improvements across the board, many bugfixes and even a new object type that’ll help you stay organized. So lets dive right into what’s new: Support for To-Do items Since we’re already making your life […]



How to install VMware.PowerCLI for the VMware Connection

Royal TS and Royal Server are supporting the basic management of virtual machines in a vCenter or ESXi installation. This implementation is based on PowerCLI, a product of VMware which you need to install upfront on the machine where Royal TS or Royal Server is running. So far, this installation was not straight forward, since […]



New Feature: VMware Connection

Since we have had support for managing Hyper-V virtual machines for quite some time, it was only logical that quite some users requested VMware support as well. So here it is!     Note: This feature requires Royal TS (for Windows) V4 or Royal TSX (for macOS) V3 and Royal Server V2.   Prerequisites Please […]



New Features in our Chrome based Web Page Connection

With Royal TS 4.1 for Windows, we’re introducing a couple of new features for web page connections which are based on our Chrome plugin. We also updated our documentation to reflect all those changes here. When you open the connection properties, you will notice a new settings page in the navigation area: By default, all Chrome […]