Multi-Remote Next Generation Connection Manager

Win10 Insider Preview build 15002 unstable

We’ve been getting a few reports that the Win10 Insider Preview build 15002 is unstable when used with mRemoteNG (among other programs). So far, this appears to be an issue with the OS update and will need to be resolved by Microsoft. We are doing a bit of testing on our end too, just to be sure.

If you are running this OS build, you will likely receive a green-screen-of-death when starting mRemoteNG. If you can, provide data to Microsoft on any errors you see. Otherwise, we have provided a link below on how to potentially roll back the update.

If you would like to receive updates on this issue, consider watching the issue linked below.

Relevant links:

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Goodbye Jira (Bug/Request tickets)


New user registration and new ticket creation has been turned off on Jira. Please create all new bug/request tickets over on our GitHub Issues page:

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[Fireside Chat #3] We can rebuild it, we have the technology

Hello mRemoteNG users!

Here is another extrememly overdue update from the dev team.

We’ve been hard at work getting v1.75 ready for alpha/beta testing. I think we are getting close(r). This update was slated to be security-focused with many important improvements. While that’s still mostly the case, it has been diluted a bit. When we took a look at the areas of the program that we wanted to change over the next few versions, it became clear that the architecture of the application was going to be a significant burden. Much of the code was tightly woven with how things get displayed and how that display should react when data changes.

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Hello all,

I’d like to announce that we have created a public chat room for mRemoteNG! We are using Gitter, which ties into GitHub nicely (including login).

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[Fireside Chat #2] Onward and Upward

Hey mRemoteNG users!

I’m waaay overdue for a community post, and there’s plenty of updates to share.

What has happened:

  • I’m happy to announce that in early May, Sean Kaim (owner of the mRemote3G fork) joined the development team! Sean has a background in C/Java/C# development. Sean did great work with mRemote3G, and continues to do so with us. Welcome Sean to the team! (Note: The bug fixes that Sean implemented in mRemote3G have been ported over to mRemoteNG. Active work on mRemote3G has been discontinued.)
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