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Variables

Description

 

Session variables can be used in any session configuration or with any templates. The variables will be replaced by their corresponding values just prior to establishing a connection.

 

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Variables are case-sensitive and must be typed in UPPERCASE.

 

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Entry variables

 

Option

Description

$APPLICATION_NAME$

Return the application name

$CONTACT_DOMAIN$

Return the contact's domain

$CONTACT_PASSWORD$

Return the contact's password

$CONTACT_USERNAME$

Return the contact's username

$CURRENT_CLIPBOARD$

Return the current clipboard content

$CUSTOM_FIELD1$

Return the custom field field 1 value

$CUSTOM_FIELD2$

Return the custom field field 2 value

$CUSTOM_FIELD3$

Return the custom field field 3 value

$CUSTOM_FIELD4$

Return the custom field field 4 value

$CUSTOM_FIELD5$

Return the custom field field 5 value

$DOMAIN$

Return the domain found in the configured credentials

$HOST$

Return the host name if it's available (server name or IP addess...)

$HOST_WITH_PORT$

Return the host including the port if it is available

$HOST_WITHOUT_DOMAIN$

Return the host name without the domain if it is available

$INFORMATION_COMPANY$

Return the company specified in information

$INFORMATION_EMAIL$

Return the email specified in information

$INFORMATION_MACHINE_NAME$

Return the machine name specified in information

$IP$

Return the IP specified in information

$MAC$

Return the MAC address specified in information

$MACHINE_DOMAIN$

Return the machine domain specified in information

$MACRO_PASSWORD$

Return the typing macro password

$NAME$

Return the entry name

$PASSWORD$

This variable is replaced by the password. It's only available when enabled in the advanced options

$PORT$

This variable is replaced by the quick connect value (Note). Use this variable when you create a template used specifically for the quick connect

$QUICK_CONNECT$

This variable is replaced by the quick connect value (Note). Use this variable when you create a template used specifically for the quick connect

$REMOTE_MANAGEMENT_SERVER$

Return the Remote Management Server url (if configured)

$REMOTE_MANAGEMENT_SERVER_HOST$

Return the host part of the Remote Management Server url (if configured)

$SERIAL$

Return the serial number from invoice tab

$SERVICE TAGS$

Return the service tag field specified in information

$SESSION_ID$

Return the current session id (guid)

$TOOL_DOMAIN$

Return the tool domain

$TOOL_PASSWORD$

Return the tool password

$TOOLS_USERNAME$

Return the tool username

$USERNAME$

Return the user name found in the configured credentials

$VIRTUAL_MACHINE_ID$

Return the virtual machine ID specified in information

$VPN_DOMAIN$

Return the VPN's domain

$VPN_HOST$

Return the VPN's host

$VPN_PASSWORD$

Return the VPN's password

$VPN_USERNAME$

Return the VPN's username

 

Global - Data Source variables

 

Option

Description

$DATA_SOURCE_DOMAIN$

Return the current data source domain

$DATA_SOURCE_NAME$

Return the current data source name

$DATA_SOURCE_PASSWORD$

Return the current data source password

$DATA_SOURCE_USERNAME$

Return the current data source username

$DATA_SOURCE_USERNAME_EMAIL$

Return the current data source user's email

$DATA_SOURCE_USERPROFILE_FIRSTNAME$

Return the current data source user's firstname

$DATA_SOURCE_USERPROFILE_LASTNAME$

Return the current data source user's lastname

$DATA_SOURCE_USERPROFILE_PHONE$

Return the current data source user's phone number

 

Environment Variables

 

This context allows you to access ANY environment variable defined in your system. The ones available in the form are the standard ones, but any value enclosed by the percent sign will be expanded using the Windows environment. You could use this to set a custom security token in your user profile and use it from within Remote Desktop Manager.

 

Option

Description

%ALLUSERSPROFILE%

C:\ProgramData

%APPDATA%

C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Roaming

%COMMONPROGRAMFILES%

C:\Program Files\Common Files

%COMMONPROGRAMFILES(x86)%

C:\Program Files (x86)\Common Files

%COMPUTERNAME%

{computername}

%COMSPEC%

C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe

%HOMEDRIVE%

C:

%HOMEPATH%

\Users\{username}

%LOCALAPPDATA%

C:\Users\{username}\AppData\Local

%LOGONSERVER%

\\{domain_logon_server}

%PATH%

C:\Windows\system32;C:\Windows;C:\Windows\System32\Wbem;{plus program paths}

%PATHEXT%

.com;.exe;.bat;.cmd;.vbs;.vbe;.js;.jse;.wsf;.wsh;.msc

%PROGRAMDATA%

%SystemDrive%\ProgramData

%PROGRAMFILES%

%SystemDrive%\Program Files

%PROGRAMFILES(X86)%

%SystemDrive%\Program Files (x86) (only in 64-bit version)

%PROMPT%

Code for current command prompt format. Code is usually $P$G {Drive}:

%PSMODULEPATH%

%SystemRoot%\system32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules\

%PUBLIC%

%SystemDrive%\Users\Public

%SYSTEMDRIVE%

C:

%SYSTEMROOT%

%SystemDrive%\Windows

%TEMP%

%SystemDrive%\Users\{username}\AppData\Local\Temp

%TMP%

%SystemDrive%\Users\{username}\AppData\Local\Temp

%USERDOMAIN%

{userdomain}

%USERNAME%

{username}

%USERPROFILE%

%SystemDrive%\Users\{username}

%WINDIR%

C:\Windows