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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 […]



Should I install the new macOS/iOS/Windows/Android Beta?

Quick Answer No, you definitely shouldn’t install a beta OS on your primary device! If you really want to try a new OS while still in development, please do so in a separate test environment. Otherwise you might encounter data losses and all kinds of unpredictable things might happen. Long(ish) Answer First of all, please […]



1 2 3 – Royal Revolution

The past weeks have been crazy! As you may already know, we recently released new major versions of our core products, Royal TS for Windows, Royal TSX for OS X and a brand new product: Royal Server. The user feedback was overwhelming to say the least! As our users, we’re very happy with these new […]



Royal TSD (for Android) Announcement and Royal TSi Update

Today, we are happy to announce the newest addition to the “Royal Family”: Royal TSD (for Android) and the new update of Royal TSi (for iPhone, iPad) with iOS 7 support. Royal TSi: What’s New? First of all, Royal TSi is still free! We massively updated the look and feel of the application when used […]



Royal TSi Custom Templates

There are basically two ways how Royal TSi can invoke 3rd party applications to connect to your configured entries: by URL or by executing a temporary file. Let’s say an app supports connecting to SSH servers using an URL like this: ssh://username:password@server:port This is the URL scheme supported by Panic’s Prompt (since 1.1.1 a template […]