How to create Labels with the Web Profile Manager for Thinfinity® Remote Desktop

How to create Labels with the Web Profile Manager for Thinfinity® Remote Desktop-01

With the new version, you are able to organize your connections using Labels, completely within the Thinfinity® Remote Desktop index page using the new Web Profile Manager.

You can browse these Labels with a Tree View, which allows you to set up Labels that work like folders and subfolders to make it easier to navigate multiple connections on your index page:

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The Tree View can be opened by clicking on the arrow sign button on the middle left part of the index page:

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Once you click it, the Tree View will be displayed:

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Clicking on each folder will display the available connections assigned to them:

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In this guide, you’ll find the steps to create Labels here:

  • Click on New on the Index page and select “Label” as an Access Type:

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  • Enter a name for that particular Label:

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  • Edit an existing Profile by clicking on the pen right above it, and click on Select on the Labels section to point to the Label you’ve just created:

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  • Commit the changes made to finish setting up the new Label:

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You can create Sub Labels within existing Labels using the same procedure, allowing you to organize your Web Profiles as you see fit.

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