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Direct Copy/Paste File Transfer, not working

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Andrew Schmidt, User (Posts: 3)

Aug 28, 2018 5:35:06 pm EDT

Hello,
When working with two Windows 10 computers on the same LAN, I have been unable to execute a file transfer operation with Remote Utilities by using the Windows Clipboard to "copy" a file on the local computer and then "paste" it onto the remote computer's Desktop.  
Also, I have tried the suggestion to use Remote Utilities commands to "Set remote clipboard" and "Get remote clipboard", without success.  

The RU system is consistently able to copy/paste text strings between the computers, but not files.  All of the options regarding file management that I could find in the Remote Utilities configuration menus are enabled.

Is there something else that I need to configure to get the simple copy/paste file transfers working, or do we need to wait for a new release of the Remote Utilities software?

Thank you.

Conrad, Support (Posts: 2295)

Aug 29, 2018 10:24:16 am EDT

Hello Andrew,

Thank you for your post.

Unfortunately, such direct copying/pasting of files between machines isn't available yet. It is on our roadmap for future versions though.

Currently,  you can use drag-n-drop of files instead.

Hope that helps.

p p, User (Posts: 2)

Sep 02, 2018 11:31:52 am EDT

Oh, this sounds really good if copy/paste files is in your future roadmap, because it would be really nice in lot of circumstances to do such an action directly without using File Transfer mode.

On the other hand - I think it would be even more handy if we can copy files between host and viewer directly from command line as it is possible with Microsoft Remote desktop.
For example: a command like
copy \\tsclient\c\SomeHostFolder\*.*  e:\SomeLocalFolder\*.*  
is there really a useful option, and I can use it even in a .BAT procedures.

I understand it can't be done in the same way, because Microsoft put this option in their own OS,  but you could perhaps make a command line program, let's say a kind of "RUcopy.exe" which could be then used in the same way as a windows "copy" instead and with similiar parameters.

What do you think about it?

Conrad, Support (Posts: 2295)

Sep 05, 2018 3:24:07 am EDT

Hello,

What do you think about it?

I think this is a good idea. I will forward it for discussion to our development. Thanks!

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