Remotely connecting to other computers in the same LAN can be easily done with the proper tools and PuTTY is one of the utilities that can lend you a helping hand in this matter. Designed to fullfill the needs of advanced users, it offers quick access to the target host, relying on protocols such as Telnet, SSH or Rlogin to establish a connection.
Open multiple PuTTY connections in a single window
But if you want to work with multiple connections at the same time, you will have to open several windows, which might make the woekspace rather crowded. Fortunately, there are applications such as Putty Manager that can gather all the PuTTY windows into a single interface, enabling you to manage concurrent sessions much easier.
You start by accessing the 'Preferences' window and specifying the location of the PuTTY executable, which Putty Manager uses to launch configuration screens and opening new connections.
Organize remote connections much easier
Thanks to its intuitive layout, the application is very easy to work with. The simple interface hosts each new session in a new tab, making it easy for you to manage multiple remote connections.
Connections can be organized in various categories and a new folders can be created for each. Putty Manager can remember password changes and expiring accounts and comes with options for updating connection details by querying the target server.
A reliable tool for managing concurrent PuTTY connections
Putty Manager can prove helpful to all PuTTY users, enabling them to organize and manage all their concurrent sessions with ease. It opens each connection in a new tab and allows the quick categorization of all sessions, making administration tasks much easier.