Navigate to the program files for QSystem Monitor. On Windows 7, this is in the C:Program Files (x86)/QSystem Monitor directory:
Locate the Msm32 application icon, right-click it, and select Create Shortcut. After you have the shortcut created, right-click and rename it to the name of one of your systems. Then, repeat the process for the other system.
You can then move these shortcuts to your desktop, if you wish.
After you have the shortcuts created, right-click one of them and select Properties:
On the Target path, you need to add –h:HOSTA, where HOSTA is the name of the host system for this icon. (Note: This needs to be added outside of the quotes.)
Repeat this process for the second shortcut, specifying –h:HOSTB, where HOSTB is the name of the second host system.
When you click the shortcuts, it starts a session to the respected host system. You need to make sure that you have the host configured (you should have already done this).
You can now have both host sessions running at the same time.
Navigate to the program files for QMessage Monitor. On Windows 7, this is in the C:\Program Files (x86)\QMessage Monitor directory:
Here you create shortcuts for the MM32 application similar to the steps for QSystem Monitor above.
Once created, rename them so they're unique and then change the properties to add the –h:HOSTA and –h:HOSTB commands, in the same way as for QSystem Monitor above.
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