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The GSW Telnet/SSH2 Server for Windows provides full support for DOS Legacy applications. When you run DOS Legacy application using THE GSW UTS, it is as if you are running them locally. We support DOS Character Mode Color graphics including the line and box characters!
|GSW UTS Legacy Support|
|Full DOS Legacy Support||The GSW UTS for Windows provides full support for DOS Legacy applications. When you run DOS legacy application using the GSW UTS it is as if you are running them locally. DOS Character Mode Color graphics including the line and box characters are supported.|
|MOUSE||When using the GSW SSH2/Telnet clients the Mouse works as if you are sitting locally at the server. On Mobile devices that support a stylus, it works as expected also.|
|DOS Character Mode Color Graphics||DOS Character Mode Color Graphics is fully supported. This includes the full range of DOS characters. All of the 256 possible background/foreground color combinations are supported.|
|Function Keys||The function keys work as expected. With the Georgia SoftWorks Universal Terminal Server for Windows the function keys operate as if you are sitting at the server and running the application locally. For 3rd Party clients the function keys are supported as per the emulation specified. Please note that some function keys are not supported by various emulations|
|Special Characters||All characters with character codes between 0x00 through 0xFF are supported and displayed properly when using the Georgia SoftWorks SSH2/Telnet Clients and conforming third party client emulations.|
|ALT key support||When using GSW SSH2/Telnet clients, "ALT" keys are completely supported.
Many applications take advantage of the "Alt" key. However many keyboards and terminal emulations do not support the "Alt" key. The Georgia SoftWorks Universal Terminal Server for Windows allows the "Alt" key sequence to be transmitted to an application by providing a substitute key sequence (the Alt Prefix) for the "Alt" key. The default Alt Prefix is "Ctrl-b".
For example, in order to transmit "Alt-F" you will have to type
Ctrl-b and then f(Depress Ctrl then b, release the keys and then depress f).
In order to really type in the AltPrefix character from the keyboard you will have to type it twice, like
Ctrl-b Ctrl-bto get
Ctrl-bA different Alt Prefix can be configured using "AltPrefix" parameter in the registry editor. The default value is set to two 0x02 which is the ASCII value of Ctrl-b, other values are as follows:
|Control-C Support for all SSH2/Telnet clients||There are different expectations as to the function of the behavior when <control-c> is depressed. The Georgia SoftWorks Universal Terminal Server allows configuration of the behavior for <control-c> by setting an environment variable in a logon script.
The environment variable for the <control-c> behavior is:
gwtn_ctrl_c_modeThe modes of <control-c> behavior are:
set gwtn_ctrl_c_mode=eventin the Logon Script for a particular user.
Note: No spaces are allowed when setting environment variables.
|Automatic Screen Sizing||You may place the Mode command in a logon script to set screen sizes. Please note that most UNIX Telnet/SSH2 clients default to 24 rows while Windows and DOS applications default to 25 rows. Thus you may have to adjust your UNIX SSH2/Telnet client row count settings to see all the rows of your Windows or DOS application. Alternatively you may need issue the
mode con: lines=24command. Note: if you issue this command you will not see the last row of your application