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  1. First i paid him 10 $ for a vps , but was very bad only 256 RAM , and i paid him latrr 30 $ more for a 4 gb RAM vps : http://prntscr.com/aod35m this is payment proof After i paid him the last 30 $ he never reply and he cancel even the VPS the he provide me first time. http://prntscr.com/aod4h1 More then this i can't show you, you can read also all my messages with him...
  2. This Fucking mendele is a scammer .Take care he said he sell VPS and after i send him 40 $, like cheap scammer never reply....he looks profi but is cheap guy...This is his price 40 $, maybe can fuck his ass for them or maybe have girl friend , wife , sister or at least mother:)
  3. Crypter for this did you have?
  4. What virus?maybe your mind have a virus man.I saw booth off mi post you write that is virus , please wake up...
  5. What virus?maybe your mind have a virus man.I saw booth off mi post you write that is virus , please wake up...
  6. Follow (55) Subscribe Introduction . Background . Screen Shots . Features . Codes . Release History Introduction Multi RDP Client .NET (formerly known as Multi Remote Desktop Client .NET) comes on handy when managing your RDP connections. A simple and friendly user interface for you to work and navigate easily through tabbed RDP remote window. Allows you to Import/Export .RDP files, Disconnect all connection at one click and Connect all your servers at one click as well. You can also change the resolution while working, set the window into fullscreen mode, and as well as enable window stretching and a lot more features! Background Thanks to AxInterop.MSTSCLib (mstscax.dll) an ActiveX COM Component which you can use to connect on Remote Desktop. So, I made a GUI for it for you to connect on your servers via terminal service on multiple window view in one application. How to use MSTSCAX.DLL? You must have the ActiveX file in your system called "mstscax.dll". if not, then you can Google for the file and download it, then make sure you registered it using "RegSvr32 ". I think that's one of the IIS package if you installed the Remote Desktop Web Connection. On the UI Design mode in VS2005 or 8. go to your toolbox and Open Choose Toolbox Items and look for Microsoft RDP Client Control in COM Components tab. I'm guessing you successfully added that control in your toolbar. So I don't think I have to explain how to get that in your Form. https://multirdpc.codeplex.com/downloads/get/306077#
  7. mRemoteNG is a fork of mRemote, an open source, tabbed, multi-protocol, remote connections manager. mRemoteNG adds bug fixes and new features to mRemote. It allows you to view all of your remote connections in a simple yet powerful tabbed interface. mRemoteNG supports the following protocols: RDP (Remote Desktop/Terminal Server) VNC (Virtual Network Computing) ICA (Citrix Independent Computing Architecture) SSH (Secure Shell) Telnet (TELecommunication NETwork) HTTP/HTTPS (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) rlogin Raw Socket Connections mRemoteNG Installer http://downloads.mremoteng.org/mRemoteNG-Installer-1.72.exe mRemoteNG Portable Edition http://downloads.mremoteng.org/mRemoteNG-Portable-1.72.zip
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