Xmanager Enterprise 5

The Complete Solution for Working with Linux and UNIX

Xmanager Enterprise is the complete network connectivity suite. It comes with a high performance PC X server that supports OpenGL (GLX) with 3D, secure terminal emulator, file transfer client and LPD printer server. 3D X applications run faster on Xmanager Enterprise 5 and provides secure access to remote terminal via SSH and TELNET, convenient transfer files via SFTP/FTP, and printing remote documents locally with LPD. All applications in the Xmanager Enterprise package are designed to work together to ensure the highest level of interoperability. All applications are developed by NetSarang from the ground up, so you can expect expert technical support from our skilled technicians.

Xmanager has provided network connectivity solutions to over 1,000,000 customers worldwide in all business and educational sectors for over 10 years. Evaluate Xmanager Enterprise 5 for 30 days to see if it is the right network connectivity solution for you.

Key Features

  • New Are You Prepared for IPv6? Xmanager is Ready

    Recently, more and more companies and countries are adopting IPv6. Join the migration to the latest network platform with Version 5’s IPv6 support. Whether you’re using IPv4 and IPv6 simultaneously or are completely on the IPv6 network, our software is ready to meet your needs.

  • New Client Authentication with MIT Kerberos

    Kerberos is widely used in today’s enterprise environment where various operating systems are used and a centralized user authentication is required. The centralized authentication method of Kerberos provides more secure and convenient user access to the servers. To accommodate our enterprise users’ needs, Xmanager 5 includes support for MIT Kerberos authentication.

  • New Keep Xmanager Up-to-Date

    In today’s fast paced and ever-changing IT industry, running the most stable and secure software is a must. We regularly release updates for our software which include bug fixes, security patches, and occasionally, new features. Our new Live Update feature in Xmanager 5 checks for new updates and notifies users when one is available. Staying up to date is now faster and easier than ever.

  • New OpenGL support

    OpenGL is supported in Xmanager 5. You can enjoy the powerful OpenGL supported applications which you could run on the Enterprise edition previously. 3D applications such as CAD or medical software runs smoother at a higher speed with OpenGL support.

  • New More Powerful PC X Server

    Xmanager 5 supports more X extensions that are required to access the latest Linux operating systems such as Xinerama and RandR. These new extensions allow instant desktop resizing and multi-monitor support and make the remote desktop sessions run more flawlessly on local Windows PC.

  • Safer & Easier way to access remote UNIX/Linux

    Xmanager 5 supports Secure XDMCP which allows users to access remote hosts even if the PC is behind a firewall or gateway. This is a unique feature of Xmanager that was designed by NetSarang Computer, Inc. based on SSH tunneling technology. It is designed to help users access remote hosts without having to reconfigure existing firewalls or gateways.

  • Xbrowser Dynamically searches for all available UNIX/Linux hosts

    When Xbrowser starts, it dynamically searches for all accessible hosts in your network and, creates a list of hosts for Xmanager to connect to. Xbrowser creates dynamic sessions automatically so there is no need to setup an individual session for each server. With this feature, the X Window System becomes as simple as point-and-click. Just point to the remote host you want to connect to and double-click-you will be instantly connected!

  • Instant connection using the Address bar

    Using the Address bar, you can connect to various hosts with diverse protocols such as XDMCP and SFTP, FTP, SSH, and Telnet. The Address bar shares a similar look and feel with the address bar in Internet Explorer, so getting used to this feature takes virtually no time.

  • Instant connection to the UNIX/Linux machines using the Address bar

    The Address bar in Xbrowser is another way to connect to remote hosts. Using the Address bar, connecting to the remote host is as simple as opening a website. Now there is no need to create sessions for infrequently used servers or servers with the broadcast option turned off.

  • Applying different profiles for each server and application

    Xconfig lets you apply different X server settings to each server and application. With Xconfig, you can configure various X server options such as window mode, font, visual, and security and save it to each profile. If you are using various servers with applications that require different X server settings, you can use Xconfig to create multiple application/server-specific profiles and apply to each session accordingly. This allows you to run the most optimized Xmanager for every system and application.

  • Securing your communication with the server using the SSH protocol

    SSH protocol is the one of the most secure remote communication protocols available in the market today, and it is included in Xmanager by default. With SSH, all of your network communications between your PC and remote hosts are encrypted with highly reliable encryption algorithms. However, there is more to SSH than security. The X11Forwarding feature of SSH lets you run any remote X application through a secure SSH tunnel regardless of the complexity of your network environment.

  • Preventing unauthorized use of Xmanager with Access Control

    Access Control is a unique security tool that lets users decide which hosts can connect to Xmanager. Any unauthorized connection to your PC is rejected automatically.

  • Opening multiple Xmanager instances with different X server settings

    Xconfig lets you create multiple profiles. With these profile features, you can fine-tune your Xmanager to meet your servers' requirement. Each profile contains various X server options, such as window mode, font, visual, securities, etc. Once the profile is created, it can then be applied to multiple Xmanager sessions. Users can apply different profiles to Xmanager sessions to accommodate a wide range of UNIX/Linux machines.

  • Using MS-DOS command line options to connect to the UNIX/Linux hosts

    Advanced users can greatly benefit from the command line options that Xmanager provides. Command line options give users a tool to make their existing software interoperate with Xmanager. This feature provides unbeatable interoperability that cannot be found in other products.

  • New Redirect Key Input to Multiple Terminals

    System administrators frequently have to work with multiple remote hosts and tediously perform repetitive tasks over and over. With our new synchronized input redirection feature, what you type can be simultaneously sent across multiple selected terminals. Used in conjunction with split pane windows, you can see the results immediately on these selected terminals. The new input redirection not only sends all key inputs but can also send key combinations and function keys, not just the text strings. This allows for full control over your multiple terminal sessions without the hassle.

  • New Make Your Sessions More Secure With a Master Password

    Xshell encrypts all passwords and passphrases before saving them to a file. The master password adds an extra layer of security to the password encryption algorithm, thus making it harder for hackers to steal your password.

  • New Prevent Unauthorized Access with Automatic Terminal Lock

    When you leave your desk but keep a terminal open, anyone passing by can be granted full access to the remote server, and all data in the server can be jeopardized. Xshell’s new automatic terminal lock feature prevents unwanted users from accessing the terminal session. Xshell checks, at a preconfigured time limit, if the user is still interacting with Windows and then locks the terminal screen when no interaction is detected.

  • New Edit Terminal Contents With a User Defined Text Editor

    With Xshell 5, you can quickly open the terminal contents with a user defined 3rd party text editor. Users can configure Xshell to use an external text editor such as Sublime or Visual Studio to edit the terminal contents allowing smoother integration with the your workflow.

  • Improved Powerful Automation With More Scripting Language Support

    Script is now more powerful with more scripting languages supported. Xshell 5 supports VB script, Javascript and Python. You can now automate tedious and repetitive tasks with script.

  • User Defined Key Map Support

    User requests for a key mapping feature has been implemented in Xshell 5. Terminal keys and file menus can be mapped to a user’s preferred keys, and you can even map a key to start an application or to start scripting.

  • Multiple Language Support for Global Users

    Xshell now supports UTF8 encoding. With UTF8 support, Xshell can now display multiple languages in a single terminal screen. This feature is particularly useful if your database has entries in different languages. You can easily switch to UTF8 encoding by selecting Unicode (UTF8) in the Encoding list on the Standard toolbar.

  • Open Multiple Sessions in a Single Window With the Session Tab

    The Session Tab lets you open multiple sessions in a single Xshell window. A session is added to the Session Tab when it starts and users can freely switch the displayed name, close the session, and rearrange the order. For system and network administrators who need to access multiple servers occasionally, the Session Tab feature can reduce desktop clutter and provide a more flexible work environment.

  • Control Xshell Using the Local Shell Interface

    Local shell interface is a unique Xshell feature that lets you control Xshell without having to take your hands off the keyboard. Some of the actions you can perform in local shell include establishing SSH/TELNET/RLOGIN/SFTP connections, creating new sessions, opening existing sessions, etc. Local shell also provides network utilities such as ping, iptrace, and netstat for which you would previously need to use an entirely separate program.

  • Quick SSH/Telnet Connections Using the Address Bar

    The Xshell Address Bar is the quickest and the easiest way to access your hosts. Type in the domain name or the IP address of the host in the Address Bar, and click Go. It is as simple as surfing the web.

  • Send Frequently Used Commands and Strings Using Quick Command

    Quick Command lets you assign frequently used commands or strings into buttons. Oftentimes, users have to retype the same string repeatedly. Quick Command saves time by letting you send these repetitive strings with just click of a button. Save even more time by grouping these Quick buttons.

  • Secure Your Communication with SSH

    The SSH protocol is the one of the most secure remote communication protocols available on the market today, and it is included in Xshell. With SSH, all of your network communications between your PC and remote hosts are encrypted with highly reliable encryption algorithms. However, there is more to SSH than security. The X11Forwarding feature of SSH lets you run any remote X application through a secure SSH tunnel regardless of the complexity of your network environment.

  • Launch X Applications Through SSH Tunnel (X11 Forwarding)

    Xshell can interoperate with Xmanager to launch X11 applications through an SSH tunnel. This is a secure and reliable way to use applications in the remote servers, and is preferred over TELNET and other protocols. If your PC is located in a NAT network, SSH can launch X applications without having to reconfigure your network.

  • Send a String to Multiple Servers at Once With the Compose Bar

    The Compose Bar lets you write a query before it is sent to the server. Users can decide to send it to all connected servers at once or just one time. The Compose Bar can be especially useful to server administrators who need to send the same commands to multiple servers to check the status of the servers. The Compose Bar also has a history feature built in, so you do not need to type the same command twice.

  • Real time Channel Monitoring (SSH) Using the Tunneling Bar

    The Tunneling Bar provides real time monitoring of all incoming and outgoing SSH traffic. If you have an X application that freezes frequently, you can specifically target the channel the application uses and terminate it without affecting other running applications. This ensures tighter integration and reliability of your servers and Windows machines.

  • Send Responses Automatically with Wait & Response

    The Wait & Response feature sends predefined set responses when a user specified message is received from servers. This feature is especially useful when the destination server can only be reached by going through an intermediate server. Define a set of responses, and Xshell can carry you through the intermediate server as well as the destination server. Without altering the server side, the Wait & Response feature can be set to run scripts or system utilities upon login.

  • New Synchronized Navigation

    Webmasters frequently have to work with multiple hosts which share the same directory structures. It is time consuming to navigate through each hosts one at a time. Xftp 5 introduces the synchronized navigation feature to resolve this issue. You can navigate on one of the hosts and the other hosts will look for the same directory and navigate automatically for you.

  • Synchronizing

    The synchronization feature in Xftp 5 supports synchronizing files and folders between the remote and local folders. Once you are in the desired remote folder you want to sync, click the Sync button and synchronization will begin effortlessly

  • Multiple Panes

    Xftp supports more than 2 panes and each pane can have multiple tabs. You can transfer files to multiple destinations without having to go through each tab. Also, the "Send to All Remote Session" feature allows you to send files to multiple locations at once.

  • FXP Support

    With FXP, you can dramatically reduce the time it takes to transfer files between remote servers. FXP eliminates the data routing to a local PC, and instead transfers data directly between two remote FTP servers.

  • Use Notepad to Directly Edit Remote Files

    The Direct Edit feature allows users to edit remote files directly with Windows Notepad without downloading the file. This saves time by not only preventing the need to download the file but also preventing the need to upload once done editing. Xftp also provides an option for users to choose their preferred editor instead of using the default Windows Notepad.

  • Start a Terminal Session with Click of a Button

    Xftp can interoperate with our terminal emulator, Xshell. By clicking the Xshell button, Xftp starts a terminal session from the open connection without having to go through the authentication process again.

  • Increase Download/Upload Speed

    The Multiple Transfer feature allows making multiple connections to upload/download files faster. This feature can increase the user’s productivity by allowing the maximum usage of the user’s bandwidth even when a download/upload speed limit for each network connection exists.

  • Direct Control using Transfer Window Menu

    By using the Transfer window menu, the user can easily monitor and manage files in transfer and also manage scheduled transfers for future upload and download transfers.

  • New Preview Print Jobs Before Printing Them

    Xlpd 5 lets you preview the print jobs before actually printing them. PS and PCL are the most widely used printing languages supported by printers available today. Print jobs are converted to PDF format and can be opened in your favorite PDF viewer before printing.

  • New Be On Alert for Errors

    Xlpd 5 can send notification emails to a designated user when a problem is detected. Administrator can now act quickly to fix issues and avoid delays so that the printer server can be running at an optimal condition at all times.

  • Run as Windows Service

    Xlpd 5 can run either as a Windows Service or a standalone application. By running Xlpd as a Windows Service, there is no need to start Xlpd manually after restarting Windows.

  • Find Print Jobs

    If you handle hundreds of print requests, finding specific print jobs can be time consuming and frustrating. With Xlpd’s Find feature, you can find the job instantly without scrolling through the entire list of print jobs.

  • Different Settings for Each Queue

    This feature allows users to create multiple queues on Xlpd and have different settings for each queue. Settings include printer type, formatting options, and printing actions, providing a flexible printing environment.

  • Comprehensive Print History

    Xlpd provides a comprehensive log view for all print history. Every print job and error is tagged to a user and stored in a separate log for secure and easy access.

  • Intuitive Print Job Management

    Managing print jobs are easy even for first time users with our intuitive print management menu. All print jobs that enter Xlpd are either sent to a printer directly or saved in a queue for manual print. From the print queue, users can now manage the saved print jobs by allowing it to print or cancel.