Mac: How to import/export connection lists

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    Keith Adkins

    FYI, I found my archive file in:

    ~/Library/Containers/com.p5sys.jump.mac.viewer/Data/Documents/JumpDesktop/Viewer/JumpDesktopServers.archive

    Was hoping to write a quick script to import a ton of .rdp files from Cord.

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    Jake van Schaik

    Keith, did you manage to write a script to port from CoRD in the end? I know you posted your comment 7 months ago but worth a try!

     

    Jake

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    KWL

    I too need a way to import all of my Cord servers into Jump, looking forward to an answer,

    Thanks,

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    Jump Desktop Support

    Just a quick update on this:

    1. In our upcoming version 3.5 of JD Mac, we're moving to text based json files for configuration. This will let advanced users create scripts to add / remove servers.

    2. We're going to provide a way to convert *.RDP files into our internal JSON form via an 'Import...' option.

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    Roan OSullivan

    Are JSON config files still planned? I just installed 4.0.1 BETA and the "jdz" export still looks binary.

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    Jump Desktop Support

    @Roan - Jump has moved to JSON files. The jdz is just a zip file. If you rename the extension to .zip and uncompress it, you'll see a directory of .jump files (all JSON).

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    Roan OSullivan

    Cool. Thanks.

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    Jump Desktop Support

    @KWL - If you want to import RDP files into Jump Desktop just click File -> Import and select the RDP files you want to import. 

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