Import and export profiles

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Splashtop Connector supports importing and exporting profiles from/to a CSV file, which can help IT admins to setup the profile quickly. 

 

Export profiles to a CSV file

From Splashtop Connector's main screen, click the Export button to export the current profiles to a csv file. 

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Import profiles from a CSV file

You can import profiles from a csv file in either of the following entries: 

  • When there are no profiles in the Splashtop Connector, you can click the Import button in the empty list screen

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  • When there are already profiles, you can click the Import button at the top right corner of the screen to append the profiles to the list from a CSV file. 

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You can manually create the csv file, modify an exported file, or download the attached sample file to start with. The following table explains every field of the csv file and possible values. 

Field Type Value Meaning
Profile Name String  

This field indicates the Profile Name field in the Add/Edit profile dialog. 

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Maximum 64 characters, name cannot contain <>,;:"*+=\|?

Profile Type Integer 1 (Reserved) This is a reserved field, please always set to 1
Deploy Code String  

The deploy code for this RDP profile. 

Refer to this page on how to create Deploy Package in Splashtop product. 

Enable Recording Integer 0 or 1

This field indicates if the session recording feature for this particular RDP profile should be enabled or disabled. 

0: Disabled

1: Enabled

RDP Mode Integer 1 or 2

This field indicates the type of RDP. RDP for individual computers, and RDS as virtual desktops.

1: RDP Mode

2: RDS Mode

Pool Size Integer Value between 1 and 100

This field indicates the pool size when the RDP Mode is set as RDS mode. When RDP is set for RDP Mode, regardless what a value has been specified to this field, it's fixed to be 1. 

Target Computer Integer 1 or 2

This field indicates how the target computer is specified. 

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1: Ask user to specify which remote computer to connect to

2: Fixed remote computer with specified information

IP String IP or FQDN

This field indicates the remote computer's IP or FQDN, it's only meaningful when Target Computer is set to Fixed remote computer with specified information

Port Integer 3389

This field indicates the remote computer's port which RDP is serving, usually, port 3389 is the default port of RDP. 

This filed is meaningful only when Target Computer is set to Fixed remote computer with specified information

Login Mode Integer 1 or 2

This field indicates how the login credential should be applied to connect to this remote computer. 

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1: Ask user to login with Windows username and password. In this case, when user attempts to login to the remote computer, he/she will be required to input the remote computer's login credential from the client app side. 

2: Fixed username and password. In this case, username, password, and domain (optional) can be specified, which allows user to connect to the remote computer without inputting remote computer's login credential from the client app side. 

Username String  

This is the remote computer's OS user name if Login Mode is set to Fixed username and password

Password Type Integer 1 or 2

This field indicates if the next Password field is encrypted or not. 

1: Plain text. For manual edit item, you can set to this value, and specify the plain text password for convenience. 

2: Encrypted. For exported profiles, the password will be encrypted, and 2 is set to this field. You should leave this field and Password field no changed to make sure the password is correct. 

Password String  

This field is the password of the remote computer's OS login credential, it's either in plain text or encrypted depending on the above Password Type field setting.

Domain String  

This field is the remote computer's domain in the login credential, it's optional, and you need to set it only if required. 

App Mode Integer 0 or 1

This field indicates if the RDS is running in Remote App mode. it's only available when RDP Mode is set to 2 (RDS Mode) in above field

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0: Disabled

1: Enabled

Path Mode Integer 1 or 2

This field indicates how the remote app is specified. RDS allow user to specify either the alias or the full path of the remote app to work with. 

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1: In app alias mode

2: In app full path mode

Remote App String  

It's either the alias name of the remote app if Path Mode has been set to 1 (Alias Mode), or full path of the remote app if Path Mode has been set to 2 (Full Path Mode).

App Parameter String  

This field hosts the optional parameters of the remote app, you need to enable it in the RDS server. 

Color Depth Integer 1, 2, 3 or 4

This field indicates the color depth of the remote RDP session. 

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1: High color (15 bit)

2: High color (16 bit)

3: True color (24 bit)

4: Highest color (32 bit)

 

Audio Playback Integer 1, 2 or 3

This field indicates the choice of audio playback. 

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1: Play on client side

2: Play on remote computer side

3: Do not play audio

Enable Profile Integer 0 or 1

This field indicates if the profile should be enabled immediately after importing. 

0: Disabled

1: Enabled

 

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