I love mRemote as a means of managing my RDP sessions but do find it somewhat flaky regarding the connection file. I’ve had connection files become corrupt on a number of occasions (hint: back up this file now if you haven’t already and get in the habit of backing it up every time you change it!) and recently it bombed out for a different reason. As I use OneDrive more and more for storing my cloud data I restructured some of my folders without considering the implication of the apps that rely on those files. mRemote was one of those and the config file was moved from its original directory in to a sub-directory. This caused the rather hostile situation of a start-up error: The startup connection file could not be loaded. C:\Users\Lee\AppData\Roaming\mRemoteNG\confCons.xml Input string was not in a correct format. In order to prevent data loss, mRemoteNG will now exit. And there was no option to start with a blank connection file or just load the UI and let me locate the file. Not a great user experience. Turns out the solution is quite simple though – the config file can be passed as a command line argument and starting the app this way fixed the issue “permanently”: “C:\Program Files (x86)\mRemoteNG\mRemoteNG.exe” /c:”C:\OneDrive\path\to\config.xml”...Read More »
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