Real Windows CMD
Through this feature, Xshell now fully supports CMD output in the Local Shell. Before this feature, CMD output results would first be processed by the Xshell terminal and then ouputted in the Local Shell. This would lead to certain screens not appearing or incorrect string alignment.
The Real Windows CMD feature allows an actual Windows CMD window to be placed into Xshell as its own tab. Users no longer need to leave Xshell in order to have full CMD functionality. In order to use this feature, simply type the 'realcmd' command into Xshell's Local Shell.
Recent Sessions List
This list allows you to easily check and connect to your most recently connected servers.
Jump Host Parameter
The Jump Host feature is a proxy feature that allows you to utilize an intermediate SSH server in order to reach the final destination server. As it uses Open-SSH’s TCP Tunneling, this feature can be used to connect to servers that cannot directly connect to the firewall or network configuration. Also, this feature is implemented at the SSH protocol level, and as such, a shell is not required to be running at the intermediate proxy sever.
SCP Command Support
You can send and receives files to and from a remote server using the SCP command in the Local Shell. Enter the Scp /? command in the Local Shell for detailed usage instructions.
Remote File Manager
If your connection is utilizing SSH, the Remote File Manager provides a visual list of files for the current path of the remote server. To use this feature navigate to the File Manager tab in the Tunneling pane (View -> Tunneling pane). The Remote File Manager supports uploads via drag n drop and download via the context menu.
OpenSSH Certificate Authority
For public key authentication the public user key must be registered on the server you want to connect to and also to the user. This approach can be considered inefficient, and it can also be a burden to the server administrator. Thus, using a public key authenticated via a Certificate Authority (CA) can be a superior solution. OpenSSH provides simple certificate generation and an associated CA infrastructure. Xmanager, Xshell, and Xftp can utilize OpenSSH CAs to connect to remote UNIX/Linux servers.
Refer to the following guide: