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A colleague posted this question to our Mac Users’ discussion group.

Anyone have an suggestions on an SSH client that can save sessions kinds like a manager. Yea I use Putty (windows) or terminal window (Mac) , but I guess I am looking for a more full featured client and curious what folks out there use.

I found the question a bit odd since OS X Terminal has session management. To setup things up, launch Terminal and select “New Remote Shell” from the Shell menu.

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Select the service you want to set up, enter the information for the service, and then click + to save the service. Now that you have set up the remote connections you can launch Terminal and access them by selecting “New Remote Shell” from the Shell menu.

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Since I created a remote session for the SSH connections I need to manage my servers, Terminal will open a new window for each service. his leave can create a messy desktop. If you have a lot of remote sessions that you access routinely together, you can get access to them as a group.

First I merge all open windows into tabs.

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Then I saved the tabs as a window grouping. These commands can be found in the Windows menu of Terminal.

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Now that I have the remote sessions organised into windows groups I can launch them when I want.

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I understand why Apple did this but, given how much crappy software Apple has released, I’m not happy about the company “reaching into” my computer and installing software without my permission or knowledge.Apple pushes first ever automated security update to Mac users.

Oh. I give up. Apple just can’t please any side of this argument. If Apple makes a major security patch available and few consumers — they kind that don’t read tech blogs — install it, they are damned by tech journalist. If Apple automatically pushes out and installs security updates to consumers, they are damned by tech journalist.

Hello Khurt,

Yes, unfortunately Apple made some changes in their new release of Yosemite that disabled the function of this drive. Please update your drive by clicking on the following link.

DTVP: https://kingston.sharefile.com/d/s76eab95d8a547f5b

Important Please Read!

1. The updater will format the device during the update process and all data will be lost.

2. Please back up your data! to either a Mac based system which is running an earlier version of Mac OS (Pre-Yosemite) or you may back up your data to the Windows system where you will be applying the update to your device.

3. The updater currently works on Windows based systems only. You must also have administrative rights. Compatible Windows operating systems are: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 all service packs. You can then continue to use in you Mac.

4. Only one device may be updated at a time on your Windows based system.

5. The Updater installation instruction are included in the download. Please read before updating.

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