The OEConnections application was designed to be a small tool that will show a list with the outgoing SMB connections and will allow you to disconnect them.
Here are some key features of “OEConnections”:
￭ Gets list of outgoing SMB connections in Unicode.
￭ Allow disconnect from remote resources.
￭ Automatically refreshes connections list.
￭ Stores settings in the registry.
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* Main window title: Outgoing connections
* Display status, size and name of remote drives
* Displays details of each connection, allowing the user to remove them
* Ability to check “automatically reconnect”
* Ability to choose connection timeout and idle timeout
* Ability to choose the remote name (Network) and drive letter (Net)
* Taskbar status
* Local disk, clipboard and taskbar shortcuts
* Ability to display a system status and updates the registry with it
* Connects to network resources via System.Net.Sockets.TcpClient.
* Disconnects from remote resources (a feature based on WebClient.GetResponse)
* Disconnects automatically after the chosen time
* All icons are generated with GdiPlus.NET library.
* Ability to select OSD keys
* Code is a small enough that only requires 1 MB of RAM
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￭ A small tool that shows the list of the outgoing SMB connections.
￭ Allows you to disconnect connections.
￭ Automatically refreshes connections list.
￭ Stores settings in the registry.
￭ Supports multiple languages (Arabic, English, Chinese, Japanese, Russian and Portuguese (Brazil)).
￭ Supports Unicode. (PNG icon to download for each option).
￭ It’s fully compatible with Windows XP and also with Windows 2000.
￭ Microsoft Windows 2000/XP.
￭ A minimum of 484 MB of free disk space.
￭ If there are no outgoing SMB connections, a message will appear.
￭ If you want to disconnect all connections, choose [the “&Disconnect” option].
￭ When you close the OEConnections, the settings will be stored in the registry.
￭ You will be informed that the settings are about to be stored in the registry.
￭ Click OK if you want to continue with the warning.
OEConnections Quick Start:
1- Go to Start -> Programs -> Microsoft Windows 2000 -> Accessories -> OEConnections.
2- Connect to the web share if there is no outgoing SMB connections.
3- After you have closed the OEConnections window, the settings will be stored in the registry.
4- To disconnect all connections you can chose the [&Disconnect option] or you can disconnect only one connection by using the [&Manually connect] option.
The screenshots below show how OEConnections works in different languages:
￭ Displays all the SMB outgoing connections (and disconnects all except the currently selected one).
￭ Displays a list and allows you to disconnect the connections.
￭ You can change the current SMB connection. You can disconnect it by clicking the [&Disconnect] option.
￭ When you close the OEConnections window, the settings will be stored in the registry.
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OEConnections is intended to list and disconnect remote resources, specified in the registry. It is implemented using a small batch script, which is started as a Task Scheduler task.
The application initially takes a list from Windows SBS 2003 SMB ACL policy, and monitors it for the changes. The list is then displayed in a Windows Form application.
The user is able to disconnect from resources in the list, and to connect to other resources from the list.
If the user doesn’t want to disconnect from resources, a user-definable parameter can be set, which will disconnect all resources from all selected SMB servers.
The list of SMB connections can be selected directly from the list of connections, or via some menu options. The connection can be disconnected in the same way (using “disconnect” button).
A list of server names can be specified in the text file. The list of servers will then be displayed in the list of SMB connections.
The connections can be saved by the user into a text file. The file can later be loaded to connect with specified SMB servers, and any of them can be disconnected.
An SMB connection can be deleted by the user, and the file of the deleted connections will be updated, so that any remaining connections can be disconnected from the SMB server.
The list of SMB connections can be edited by the user. This allows the application to communicate with the registry to display a list of connections, and to change the list of connections, in spite of a “dirty” registry.
The connections will be stored into the registry, where the user can retrieve them from any application.
The application can store its settings in the registry, to avoid reinstalling it each time the user changes the settings.
The connections can also be saved in the file of the application (so that they can be opened in any computer).
The connections can be automatically refreshed.
The application can load the connection list from the registry. This way the user does not need to change the default ACL policy in the operating system every time the computer starts.
Here are some additional features:
￭ Ability to select SMB share names for the list of connections.
￭ Ability to disconnect a selected SMB server, or all remote resources from the specified SMB server.
￭ Ability to disconnect from all servers listed in the file, before connecting with any other server in that file.
￭ Ability to
What’s New In OEConnections?
OEConnections uses the information stored in the registry to show a connection list.
￭ This program allows for the selection of multiple machines and the display of the list of these selected machines, for example this will be the workstation list.
￭ When one of the selected machines is clicked, and the current state of the connection is OCONNECTION_DISCONNECTING this connection will be automatically disconnected.
￭ The connections for the selected machines will be displayed in the list by OEConnections.
￭ It displays a list of all the machines currently connected to, when the program starts, this list will contain the previous connection’s information for the first startup.
￭ The program is Freeware.
￭ Clicking on a connection automatically disconnects it.
￭ Allows to select as many machines as you wish.
￭ Automatically creates its own settings in the registry.
￭ The default settings are for the workstation list.
￭ Allows to browse the network via a “Treeview” style list
Installation of OEConnections:
OEConnections has a short install time and does not require installation of any additional services.
It will display a window to select a location for it to be installed, and click Next button once this window appears:
This window will confirm that OEConnections was successfully installed:
OEConnections does not have any security features and is completely safe and trusted.
￭ When you double-click on a connection, you can specify whether it should be displayed in gray or white, it allows you to distinguish from the background, for example this color scheme will be used on workstation computers:
￭ The control used to select the list of selected machines will have a little arrow indicator:
￭ Right-click on the list of selected machines and click on “Delete selected connections”:
￭ If you click on the Machine Name editbox, the name of a selected machine will be inserted here, the name of selected connections will appear in a preview window below:
If you have made any changes or saved your settings in the registry, you will need to restart the application for the changes to take effect.
￭ Windows 2000 SP4, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP SP3 or later
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