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Setup and configuration of the Document Store

In Royal Server V2 we introduced the “Document Store” – a central place for your Royal TS/X documents that can be used in teams.   Use Cases for the Document Store Consider the following scenarios where the Document Store comes in handy: you do not want to have .rtsz files lying around on various discs, file shares, […]

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 […]

Royal TSX and macOS 10.12 Developer Preview

Hello early adopters, now that the first developer preview of the rebranded macOS 10.12 Sierra has been released, we wanted to give you a quick update on Royal TSX’ compatibility with the new OS. Like with every beta OS, we want to remind you that we do NOT generally support beta/developer preview releases and we […]

Royal TSX 2.2 for OS X is here!

Christmas is almost here, so we have a present for you! It is *drumroll* Royal TSX 2.2.1! This release packs a whole bunch of awesome new features and improvements! Here are some of the outstanding additions in this Royal TSX (for OS X) release… PowerShell Connections Yes, that’s right, you can now create and manage PowerShell scripts in OS X […]

Task Improvements in Royal TSX 2.2 and Royal TS 3.2

In Royal TS and Royal TSX we have two different task objects: Command Tasks and Key Sequence Tasks. Command tasks can be used to execute a specific command (such as connecting to a VPN) and key sequence tasks can be used to send keyboard input to the remote session right after the connection has been established. […]