GSW Power Features – Telnet/SSH Server for Windows

The Georgia SoftWorks Universal Terminal Server is the core server software module that is the foundation for the GSW protocol and application interface such as Telnet and SSH. Products based on the GSW UTS demonstrate the reliability, flexibility, consistency, performance and rich feature set required for demanding commercial environments.

nautizx4Feature packs such as the Power Feature Pack, the Session Administrator, the Emulations/Compatibility Pack, and the Failure Detection/Recovery Pack set the GSW UTS apart from other Telnet Servers on the market.

The GSW UTS Power Features Expand the Telnet/SSH to meet and exceed the most demanding industrial and commercial environments.

Power Features:

Team Services – Breakthrough collaboration technology for SSH/Telnet. Share, Swap, Transfer and Recover sessions. All initiated from the client device. There is no system administrator intervention require, and all can be performed in under 60 seconds.

Automatic Logon – Accelerate User Logon. It’s safe – there are no passwords transferred across networks. This feature allows you to pre-configure a list of IP addresses that will be able to connect and log on without any User ID, Password or Domain prompting when using the Georgia SoftWorks SSH/Telnet Clients or 3rd party clients.

True Client Side Printing – This feature allows documents to be printed at locations that are easily accessible by each user. Traditionally, default printing using Telnet/SSH is always location to the server, which can be inconvenient to the user. GSW overcomes this traditional problem by providing true client side printing – printing the way you want it! This allows you to print to portable Bar Code Printers, Pass through Printing, and much more.

Logon Scripting – Logon Scripting is an advanced feature that allows the system administrator unmatched control over the user sessions. Associated with each User Login is a directory that will execute batch files upon connecting. Logon Scripting provides automatic execution of the batch file upon the login of the user. Logon scripts are often used to map drives, establish network connections, change directories, set environment variables, run TSR’s and launch applications. When an application is launched via a logon script the User is automatically deposited into the application upon successful logon.

Programmatic Interface – This feature allows you to programmatically take control of the Input/Output to/from the client. Developers may take advantage of the programmatic interface to the Georgia SoftWorks SSH/Telnet Server for Windows. Programmatic, language independent access to the SSH/Telnet Server allows developers to write an application that (when run under the SSH/Telnet Server environment) takes control of its input and/or output from/to the client. This can be utilized to create a custom or highly specialized communications application. The SSH/Telnet Server still maintains critical functionality such as logon, security, application launch and termination. Normally the application before it terminates will release control to the SSH/Telnet server.

Client Identity and Uniqueness – This feature allows you to know the exact identity of the client device connected. This is useful is many environments, and required in others.

GSW Event Logging The Event Logging Feature maintains useful Telnet/SSH Server activity information in the Event Log. The System Administrator can use information in the Event log for generating reports. The logging of various events can be optionally enabled or disabled.

Special Refresh Character – The User Definable Refresh Character will cause SSH/Telnet to repaint the screen data. This is useful in environments that may occasionally drop characters such as RF Terminals.

UTS GUI Configuration Tool – The GSW Configuration Tool allows the use of an intuitive Windows Explorer style graphical user interface to set configuration parameters that reside in the registry in addition to creation of folders, scripts and the creation/modification of UTS environment variables.


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