Managed TFTP server is a TFTP server. The main TFTP class runs without modifications on Mono. It works both in IPv4 and IPv6 mode. It has correct retry behavior. It supports the following TFTP options: block size, transfer size, and timeout. It's possible to run in single port mode, which ensures that only port 69 will be used for TFTP transfers, simplifying firewall and router configuration. It supports many concurrent transfers. It runs as a Windows service. It supports multiple TFTP servers on different endpoints, each serving its own root directory. It has an advanced MSI-based installer. It logs to the windows event log. It has a permissive MIT license so it can be used in commercial projects.
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Remote Utilities (RUT) is remote control software for secure access to computers, servers, and laptops over a LAN or over the Internet. You can view the remote PC screen and control its mouse and keyboard as if you were sitting right in front of the PC. With RUT, you can provide technical support to your customers, help your friends and family members to perform various tasks on the PC, and administer the local network in your organization.
Finesse is a numeric simulation for laser interferometers using the frequency domain and Hermite-Gauss modes. It is easy to use for students. For basic use, including graphical output, no commercial software is required. The implemented physics are well documented in a 180-page manual. Simple examples are provided. Finesse can be used to compute a great variety of interferometer signals for control systems, including longitudinal control, alignment control, and thermal compensation.