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SSH

Tectia Shortcut Menu (Windows and Linux)

When Tectia ConnectSecure (or Connection Broker) is running on Windows or Linux, and if so selected in the General settings in the Tectia Connections Configuration GUI, the Tectia icon is displayed in the notification area of the Windows taskbar, typically next to the time display at the bottom of the desktop.

Right-click the Tectia icon to open the shortcut menu.

The contents of the shortcut menu can be modified in the Tectia Connections Configuration GUI in the General view (see Defining General Settings).

The shortcut menu of the Status window

Figure A.50. The shortcut menu of the Status window


The menu has the following options:

  • Transparent tunneling enabled is shown in the menu if the transparent TCP tunneling feature has been installed and configured active on the machine when the Connection Broker starts.

    You can disable transparent TCP tunneling temporarily by unselecting the option in the shorcut menu. This setting does not affect the Connection Broker configuration, only the current Connection Broker session.

  • Configuration opens the Tectia Connections Configuration GUI.

  • Status opens the Tectia Connections Status GUI where you can view information on the Connection Broker. For details, see Tectia Connections Status GUI.

  • About shows the installed Tectia ConnectSecure version.

  • Stop Broker stops the Connection Broker and closes all open connections.

  • Quit Status Monitor closes the Tectia Connections Status GUI.


 

 
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