Wednesday, October 24, 2007

IP Connection Manager (ver 1.7)

I have been developing this tool for about 2 months, and it is currently being used in my office successfully.

If you have lots of computers in your network, primarily on windows network, then this tool can save you some work. You can put all the IP addresses/machine names in the list and share it across the network so that everyone can access it. All you need to do is to start the application, direct it to the location of file, restart it and its ready to use.

You can use three tools - RDC (if your OS has it installed), VNC viewers (need to be configured), and Netmeeting (if it is installed on you machine). It will not save passwords for now, because of some limitations of the tools used.

Give it a try. I will be happy to assist you in case you are unable to make out what it is.

File link : IPConnectionManager-v1.7.zip (Zipped)

5 comments:

  1. kewl...if i have to use..will fetch it from here...looks like u r IT geek.....:)

    P.S. where do u get brain to come up with all these?

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  2. Thank KP!

    I am just trying to keep my skills alive for long time.

    Where do I get the ideas from? I guess, its useful in day to day environment. I like to take them as challenge (like UNO game) :)

    Still, I see magnificent work on the net.. mine is tiny in comparison :) but helpful!

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  3. hi ..who r u ..i can see that u r in pune and were in Cyprus once upon a time ..but who r u ? :-)

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  4. Nayan ..i didn't quite understand "can put all the IP addresses/machine names in the list and share it across the network so that everyone can access it"
    how different is it from regular shares ..maybe i will understand once i install it ?

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  5. Rajaram:
    The tool stores the IP in a text file If this text file is put on a shared location, everyone using this tool can access and use that file.

    Instead of having a local list of the IP addresses on each user's machine, a shared location can have consolidated list of IP to use. Which means less effort in making the list.

    You just need to tell the tool location of that file. Don't forget to restart the tool. :)

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