Updating from window 98 to xp


Like all K95's other connection methods, it is fully scriptable.It supports all the same terminal emulations and features as K95's Telnet, Rlogin, and modem clients: character sets, key mapping, scrollback, mouse actions, etc, and is fully integrated into the K95 Dialer as well as K95 itself.Yet all the commands are there in case you need them . (Export to certain countries restricted; SSH and Kerberos not available for OS/2.) (CLICK HERE for a survey of secure Telnet and FTP servers.) K95 2.1 is compatible with the standard Open SSH, Open SSL, Kerberos, and SRP libraries and interfaces, and supports Telnet Forwarding of Authorized X Windows System session data over secure connections.Version 2.1.3 adds the new ability to set up "captive" sessions for users by hiding the Tool bar, Menu bar, and/or Status bar, disabling scrollback, and blocking access to the command window, the Dialer, and other external applications.CLICK HERE to read about Kermit 95's new SSH client.As of version 2.1.3, SSH Agent Forwarding is also supported. Emulation of 40 different types of terminals including ADM-3A; Ann Arbor Ambassador (partial); ANSI-BBS; Avatar/0 ; AT386; Be Box ANSI; Data General DASHER D200, D210; Data General DASHER D217 in native and Unix modes; DEC VT52; DEC VT100, VT102, VT220, VT320 with color extensions; Hazeltine 1500; Heath/Zenith 19; Hewlett Packard 2621A; HPTERM; IBM HFT and AIXTERM; IBM 3151; Linux console; Microsoft VTNT; QNX ANSI and QNX Console; SCOANSI; Siemens Nixdorf BA1-5xx; Sun Console; Televideo TVI910 , TVI925, TVI950; Volker Craig VC404; Wyse 30, 50, 60, 160, and 370.

Kermit 95's command screen is similar to a Windows Command Window, allowing you to obtain directory listings; copy, rename, and delete files; create and remove directories; search for text in files; display files on the screen, and so forth, but with more commands and options than Windows, a friendlier interface (file and keyword lists on demand, file and keyword completion, built-in help) and full scriptability.

Sessions can now be preconfigured as Minimized, Maximized (full screen), or Normal Window.

Based on Open SSH 3.0.2p1, K95's built-in SSH client (for Windows only, not OS/2) supports SSH versions 1.3, 1.5, and 2.0 and with a full range of authentication methods including password, public/private key pairs, Kerberos 4, Kerberos 5 GSSAPI, and SRP, as well as with external SSH agents.

Technical support via e-mail (through June 20, 2011, only).

Kermit 95 2.1 is available for Windows 95, 98, ME, NT 4.0, 2000, XP, 2003 Server, and Vista on Intel and compatible PC platforms only, and for IBM OS/2 3.0 and later (not yet tested on Windows 7 but no major problems are anticipated).

For further information see the Windows IKS User Guide, the Windows IKS Administrator Guide, and the Unix IKS User Guide, Unix IKS Administrator Guide.

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