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I'm searching for a tool on Mac OS X, that is able to manage multiple and different connections. On Windows, there is a tool like this called mRemote.

Until now, I've been using the .ssh/config file, but I like the idea to not only have all ssh connections in one place, but also all "Web-Admins", VNC-connections,...

I found one tool called "Remoter" (on the app store), but there is only one screenshot which doesn't contain the nice tree-view like mRemote has it.

Does anybody of you know about a tool like this?

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Been looking for this two. I came accross CoRD some time ago, but its RDC only. cord.sourceforge.net – Mike M Feb 15 '12 at 21:14

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