• 15 Aug

    Q&A 45: Using the Windows Remote Tool over the network

    Q: How can we use the Windows Remote Tool over the network. Can you explain me which port will need to be setup on the Client and the Server side? I didn’t find an answer on your blog side.

    A: This is possible using our IMC communication option. By default this option is disabled so we need to enable it first.

    IMC: Inter Machine Communication. Communication between different systems over the network.

    The system where the File Mover engine is running will act as a Server and is known as the Server system. On a second system, what we call a Client, you’ll have to run our File Mover installer too. You’ll only use the Windows Remote Tool exe file on this Client system. The Client system will connect to the Server system where the File Mover engine is running. You can use multiple Clients at the same time.

    Lets’ start:

    1. open our Limagito Config Tool (LimagitoXC.exe) on the system where the File Mover engine is running (= Server system).
    Switch to the ‘IMC’ Tab and ‘Enable IMC server’. Default IP is so it will use any IP which is assigned to the Host. Default Port is 10612.
    Click <Save>. It will check if the Service or Application engine is running, you need to stop this first otherwise the settings will not be saved.
    When saved, restart the File Mover engine (Service OR Application) again.
    Limagito File Mover IMC Setup
    2. On the Client system start Limagito Remote (LimagitoXR.exe) and select the IP address of the Server system where the  file mover engine is running.
    Hit <Connect>.

    Limagito File Mover IMC Login


    If you need any info about this ‘Windows Remote Tool over the network’ setup, please let us know.

    Best regards,

    Limagito Team

    By Limagito-Team Remote Tool ,
  • 12 Jul

    Network Drive Setup

    “Error connecting to network resource”

    Sometimes it seems that it’s not possible to connect to a certain share using our ‘Network Drive’ option. There are somethings that you need to keep in mind. First you need to clear all existing connections and credentials to this share because often multiple connections using the same credentials are not allowed.

    In this example we want to connect our NAS01 server.


    Resulting error message:


    To solve this we need to discconect all existing connections and credentials.

    – First Disconnect all existing Network Drives in Windows


    – Secondly clear the exising credentials, with XP => Control Panel => User Accounts (depends on the OS)



    – Select the share from which we want to remove the credentials



    – Restart your system and connect again using our ‘Network Drive’ option.


    By Limagito-Team News ,