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Hi there,

when I'm trying to open a new session, it's always opening my default session. Is there any way to change this?

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What do you mean by "trying to open a new session"?
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Hello - I really like your product but am had the same problem. Once I hit set defaults I would connect to this server everytime I launched the program, and every time I tried to add a new session. I went into the ini file and delete my default session and now it works fine.



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Hi there,

when I'm trying to open a new session, it's always opening my default session. Is there any way to change this?

Thanks a lot

MisterNP

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I was looking at stored sessions and I set my one stored session as the session default. Therefore, each time I open the program this session is run, connecting me to my remote server.

But what if I don't want to connect to this server? If hit cancel, it says "Error, Unable to Authenticate" and gives the options of "OK" (which closes the program) or "Reconnect", which tries to log me into the default server (that I don't want to visit) again.

Even if I do go ahead and log into my default server, there is no way to open a session to server #2 because when I click on "session --> new session" it automatically opens the default session to server #1-- never giving me the chance to enter the address of server #2.

Do you see the problem now? I don't have anyway to get back to the screen where I set up the stored sessions, so that I can erase my default stored session.

FYI, I am storing my sessions in the registry.

Hope that helps!!
Sam

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OK, I see. It strange, I've never noticed this bug. I'll fix it, meanwhile you may delete default session from registry. It should fix your problem.
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I have the same problem, and I don't know how to edit windows registry. I opened up "regedit" but from there i don't know what to look for and how to edit it. Any help would be great.

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dkim wrote:

I have the same problem, and I don't know how to edit windows registry. I opened up "regedit" but from there i don't know what to look for and how to edit it. Any help would be great.
Try version 2.2.3 (or later), it fixes your problem. If not, let me know.
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