View mRemote Passwords

Want to view your mRemote passwords? it’s stored in the variable %password%, just need to echo it out to the screen

Created a new external tool by selecting ‘Tools’ -> ‘External Tools’, Right click and select ‘New External Tool’

On the bottom of the page enter these values

Test by right clicking on you connection -> ‘External Tools’ -> ‘View Password’

14 thoughts on “View mRemote Passwords

  1. You can make a fully functional password to clipboard app using AutoIT : http://www.autoitsctipt.com

    Here is the au3 source :
    If $CmdLine[1] “” Then
    ClipPut($CmdLine[1])
    EndIf

    Compile your au3 program and use it with %password% as an argument.
    It will copy the password to your windows clippboard,
    Just CTRL+V to paste it.

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