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TTWin 3 Quick Start Guide

TTWin 3 is Turbosoft’s premier Terminal Emulation package - a fast, accurate, reliable and powerful connectivity tool
that’s quick and easy to install. It is simple to operate with features designed to enhance the value and functionality of
your applications.
TTWin 3 has been created to satisfy the need for wide ranging emulation coverage in a single quality product. Previous
products in the TTWIN family are being used by thousands in countries all over the world to solve their communica-
tions and integration problems.
Whether you have one or more host platforms, TTWin 3 will allow access to multiple emulations, using different com-
munications protocols, simultaneously.
Additionally, TTWin 3’s configurability ensures that it can be tailored to comfortably suit any environment.
You’ll also enjoy all the advantages and options of a Windows look and feel in all task executions.
You don’t have to be and expert to use TTWin 3. All common functions come mapped to buttons to allow you to start
using TTWin 3 within minutes of installation. Comprehensive on-line help will guide you through all of the features
and functions.
TTWin 3’s many productivity enhancing features ensure that the benefits it brings are immediate and long lived. The
wide emulation coverage guarantees that all the required emulations have the same user friendly interface, thereby
reducing support and training costs.
TTWin 3 comes with a 30 day warranty which gives you new version updates and unlimited support, free of charge.
We believe that TTWin 3 ranks highly amongst the very best products of this kind.
This quickstart guide applies to TTWin Version 3.9 and above.
Host connectivity for Windows®
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Installing Your Evaluation Software
These steps will allow you to install TTWin 3 on your machine, either on a stand-alone PC or a network file server.
Software License
Before agreeing to install TTWin 3 please carefully read the Software License Agreement included as part of the instal-
lation process. Evaluation software is covered by copyright.
Evaluation Software
The evaluation version of TTWin is restricted to 40 connections of up to 30 minutes each. In all other aspects TTWin
is fully functional, however should you find this inadequate for your evaluation purposes please contact your reseller or
Turbosoft directly.
System Requirements
The minimum requirements to run TTWin 3 are:
An IBM AT or compatible PC capable of running Windows. Windows refers to Windows XP, Windows Vista,
Window 7, Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008. TTWin 3 will run on the following operating sys-
tems but is not supported: Windows 95/98/NT/2000.
At least about 40MB of disk space on the hard drive where TTWin 3 is to be installed.
Either:
A Network Interface Card (NIC)
Or
A COM port for serial type communications.
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Installing TTWin 3
Step 1
The TTWin 3 installation is available as CD or Internet download from http://www.ttwin.com
On your Windows PC, run the installation on your TTWin 3 CD or Internet downloaded version.
Step 2
The Software License Agreement is displayed. Please read the License Agreement before installing the software.
Installing the software establishes your acceptance of this agreement.
Step 3
Choose the location where you want to install the software.
You are prompted for a destination folder. This is where TTWin 3 will be installed. To change the destination folder,
click on the Browse button. By default TTWin 3 is installed in C:\Program Files\Turbosoft\TTWin3
Step 4
Specify the location and type of the program shortcuts.
Step 5
Select the type of setup, for this purposes of evaluation it is suggested you select Complete.
Step 6
After selecting Complete installation, TTWin 3 will commence the transfer of files.
Step 7
Accept the Setup Complete tile, by clicking on the Finish button. The new program group will be visible and a TTWin
3 icon can be seen within the folder.
TTWin 3 is automatically entered into your Programs menu. If you wish, you can also copy the TTWin 3 icon(s) onto
your desktop.
Step 8
You are now ready to start TTWin 3.
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Getting Started with TTWin 3
Once you have successfully installed TTWin 3, all that remains to do is to configure a session and then connect to
your host. Before you get started, however, there are a few pieces of information you need in order to complete a suc-
cessful connection to a host system.
Firstly, you need to know what sort of terminal you wish to emulate. Since TTWin 3 supports such a wide range
of emulations, you will need to know which one to choose in order to successfully interact with your host applica-
tions. This information, along with any particular settings that you require, should be available from your System
Administrator.
Next, you need to know how you are going to communicate with the host system. As you can see from the list of com-
munications protocols supported by TTWin 3, there are a number to choose from. You will need to know what meth-
od of communications your host is expecting you to use, as well as your host address and any settings that you require.
This information should also be available from your System Administrator.
Once you have this information, we can continue on with starting and configuring TTWin 3.
Finding Your Way around TTWin 3
Your evaluation copy of this software has not been provided with a full set of manuals, however, it is
a fully functional copy of the product. For evaluation purposes you will find that TTWin 3 has a com-
prehensive Help facility which contains as much information as the manuals and will, because of the
attractive, easy to use layout, assist you to exhaustively evaluate all of the features of TTWin 3.
Starting TTWin 3
Select the Start button on your taskbar, then open the TTWin 3 program group you created during the install. From
here you simply double click the TTWin 3 icon to start TTWin 3. Several other methods can be used to start TTWin 3,
and these are discussed in more detail in the TTWin 3 Users Guide.
Configuring TTWin 3
When TTWin 3 is started it loads a number of default settings from its default configuration file. At this point you
will also be able to select your preferred emulation, communication, file transfer and session settings. The easiest way
of doing this is via the configuration menu. From the Menu bar at the top of the window, select the Configuration
option. You will then be able to select the TTWin 3 features that you wish to configure.
Step 1
Firstly, we will select the type of terminal that you wish to use. From the Configure option on the Menu Bar, choose
the Emulation entry. This will display the Configure tile for the currently selected emulation (VT420 is the default
configuration). If the terminal that you wish to use is different from the one currently selected, you can choose a new
emulation by using the ‘Select Another’ option.
Choose your desired emulation from the list presented to you, then press “OK”
Check the setting for the emulation, in mode cases the defaults will be fine. Some emulations have several models or
types covered in the one emulation module, select the correct model for your host. For example the DEC VT series
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covers several VT terminal types, by changing the Terminal ID you can change the way the emulation communicates
with the host.
Once you are happy with your emulation settings select “OK”.
Step 2
To change your Communications module you utilise a similar process. From the Menu bar choose Configure
Emulation, and you will be presented with the Configure tile for the current communications module (telnet is
the default configuration). If you would like to use a different communications module, choose the ‘Select Another’
option, then select the communications module that you wish to use. Once you have chosen your communications
module, you will need to configure it so that it can ‘see’ your host. In most cases (such as Telnet and SSH), this will
just require the host name or IP Address to be entered. However for some (such as the Serial module) there are addi-
tional settings that you need to configure. Please use the help button for more information on these settings.
Please note: If you are using a modem over a serial connection, you will need to select and config-
ure your modem. Please see the TTWin online help for assistance with this.
Saving Your Configuration settings
Once you have selected your emulation and communication settings, you should save the configuration file for future
use. From the Menu bar, choose File, then Save or Save As. If you select Save the settings will become the new default.
If you select Save As, you will be prompted for a file name, and once this has been entered you can save the configura-
tion file. By default the configuration file will be given the file extension .twc and will be stored in the Config sub-
directory of the active TTWin 3 installation.
Connecting
Now that you have your emulation and communications modules chosen, you should be able to get a connection to
your host. From the menu bar select Actions | Connect, or alternatively right mouse click on the display area of your
TTWin 3 session. This will activate the default pop-up menu from which you can select the Connect option.
If you are have not applied a licence to TTWin the program will be running in the default evaluation mode. The evalu-
ation licence is restricted to 40 connections of up to 30 minutes each and you will see a dialog each time you try to con-
nect informing you of the number of connection attempts remaining. To continue in evaluation mode select Connect.
This will connect you to your host using the information that you entered earlier. If you did not enter any details that
are required, such as telnet host name, you will be prompted for these before the connection takes place.
Please remember that any details you enter after saving a configuration file are not added to the file, you need to re-save
the configuration file to include the modified settings.
Note: If you using a serial connection via a modem, when you connect to your host you are actually
connecting to a modem. You will then need to instruct the modem to dial and connect to the host.
Please refer to the documentation supplied with your modem for the correct initialisation string and
command set.
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If you are unable to connect, then please re-check the settings for your Communications and Emulations modules. In addi-
tion, please check that the host environment is correctly configured for you to connect. Should you still be unable to connect,
please record as much detail as possible regarding your settings and contact Turbosoft Support via http://www.ttwin.com
Now That You’re Connected
Once you have a successful connection, you should be able to interact with your host as per the standard terminal that
you chose to emulate. If the terminal does not appear to be behaving the way you are expecting it to, then please re-
check the settings in the Emulation configuration. In the unlikely event that you continue to have problems with your
copy of TTWin 3, please contact Turbosoft Support via http://ttwin.com
On Completing your TTWin 3 Session
Once you have completed your session on the host system, you will need to disconnect from the host. In practice this
will vary from site to site, however it is always a good idea to log off from your host session first, before severing the
communications link. This will prevent a build-up of active but unconnected sessions.
Before Disconnecting, anyone using a serial connection via a modem will need to ‘Hang Up’ the modem to close the
call. This will result in the telephone connection being terminated, so that you can continue the disconnect cleanly.
Lastly, the connection to the host must be closed, and this is done via the Actions | Disconnect menu command.
Once this is performed TTWin 3 is no longer connected and the program can be closed.
Advanced Configuration
A larger number of advanced configuration options are available to users of TTWin 3. These include fully customizable
Menus, Toolbars, Hotspots, Scripting and ActiveX interfaces. More information regarding these can be found in the
help and the Scripting Samples help file.
Help Menu Screen
TTWin 3’s Help is standard Windows Hypertext. Under the Help Menu you will find the Help Index as well as help
on the specific Comms, Emulation and File transfer that you are using.
About TTWin 3
Also under the Help menu, you will find four “About” item which provides information regarding the different mod-
ules used in your copy of the software. This is used to assist Turbosoft Support when resolving any questions you may
have about TTWin 3.
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Licensing TTWin
When you purchase TTWin you will be issued with a licence certificate. To enable your licensed copy of TTWin you can
import your licence certificate by starting TTWin and selecting Help | About TTWin. Then select the License button,
click the “Import certificate” button and load your certificate file.
You will see a message box stating “The certificate was successfully installed. Please restart TTWin”. When you restart
TTWin you will be informed that you need to activate TTWin. You have 7 days to complete this activation.
Activating TTWin
There are two activation methods: online (default) or manual activation.
Online Activation
For this option to work TTWin needs to be able to connect to the internet.
Select the Activate online option then click the Activate button.
TTWin will then connect to the Turbosoft Activation Server and automatically import a new certificate unique to the PC
you are installing on.
Note: If you receive a connection error please wait a moment and try again. If you continue to
receive this message it may be a result of firewall or proxy server settings on your local network pre-
venting TTWin accessing the Activation servers. In this situation you may activate manually.
Manual Activation
If TTWin is unable to connect to the internet from the PC it is installed you may activate your software using the manual
activation process. To do so, complete the following steps:
Select the Save the request to a file option and click the Activate button.
Save the request xml file
Copy this file to a PC that has internet access.
Open a browser to http://mercury.ttwin.com/request
Click the Browse button and select the request xml file.
Enter an email address where you would like the new certificate to be sent
Select the Retrieve Certificate File button.
You will be sent a new certificate to the email address that you provided and additionally you will be given an on screen link
to download the new certificate to you local PC. Once you have downloaded the new certificate to the PC containing your
TTWin installation do the following:
Start TTWin and select Help | About TTWin.
Then select the License button, click the Import certificate button and load your certificate file.
Restart TTWin.
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Uninstalling TTWin 3
If you need to remove TTWin 3 from your hard drive you can uninstall it.
Step 1
Click on the Start button and then select Settings.... Then select Control Panel.
Step 2
In the Control Panel dialog box that is displayed, click on Add/Remove Programs.
Step 3
Scroll through the list of applications on the Add/Remove Programs Properties dialog box and select TTWin 3.
Step 4
Click on the Add/Remove button.
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TTWin 3 Highlights
Gain access to all hosts
With TTWin 3 any combination of over 80 quality emulations is available. This greatly simplifies access to multiple
host systems.
Unlike its competitors, TTWin 3 can provide all the emulation and connectivity software in the one package. Each of
the emulations within TTWin is accurate, functional, highly configurable and reliable.
The goal of an individual environment that meets the specific needs of each end user is attainable through TTWin 3.
Data security. SSL3 + SSH1 & SSH2
Turbosoft regards data security to be an essential part of a terminal session and as such, we support industry standard
encryption as standard.
OCX Interface
Utilize TTWin's OCX interface to make TTWin 3 a part of an external application. Adding terminal emulation func-
tionality to your application has never been simpler.
Full keyboard re-mapping
Extremely flexible keyboard re-mapping. Users can map text strings, macros, host sequences or emulation keys to any
key combination on a PC keyboard.
TTWin 3 provides the ability to implement keyboard mapping via a graphical interface. This provides a simple, easy to
use method of completing your keyboard mappings. All of the keyboard mapping features are available using this inter-
face, however should you prefer a more traditional “list” display, this is also available.
Extensive character set support
To cater for the complex requirements of many European countries TTWin 3 has extensive code page support includ-
ing the ability to use several code pages concurrently.
The code pages that may be used by TTWin 3 include Latin 1 through 9 as well as the Cyrillic and special character
maps supplied with TTWin 3.
TTWin 3 is also able to map host character values to the PC character maps independently for each emulation session.
In this way it is possible to connect to any application on any host while maintaining accurate character mapping.
All emulations in TTWin 3 may use as many code pages as are required. Each emulation may do so totally independ-
ently from all the other sessions and emulations.
DBCS character support
TTWin offers full support for double byte character fonts, including Chinese, Korean, and Japanese language fonts.
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Powerful scripting language
TTWin 3’s scripting language TTWin 3 Basic is similar in syntax to Visual BASIC™. This simplifies the process of
learning greatly without compromising flexibility or functionality.
With TTWin 3 Basic the advanced user can perform complex processing on all data whether it appears on the screen,
is entered by the user or appears in the data stream. In this way it is possible to greatly enhance legacy applications with
dialogue boxes, scroll regions and automatic reformatting of data. These represent only a few of the possibilities.
TTWin 3’s Scripts may be activated in many ways, including:
By mouse click on a TTWin 3 Toolbar Button
By means of a character sequence sent from the host
When TTWin 3 is started.
When TTWin 3 connects to a host.
Whenever a particular event occurs
From within a TTWin 3 Macro
With a hotspot
From a menu item
From a Mouse button click.
Screen enhancing features
Use 'hot spots', scripting and toolbars to extend the life of your host system by giving it a make over.
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TTWin Quickstart Guide |  . Evaluation software is covered by copyright. . Software License Before agreeing to install TTWin 3 please carefully read the Software License Agreement included as part of the installation process. however should you find this inadequate for your evaluation purposes please contact your reseller or Turbosoft directly. System Requirements The minimum requirements to run TTWin 3 are: > An IBM AT or compatible PC capable of running Windows. Either: > A Network Interface Card (NIC) Or > A COM port for serial type communications. > At least about 40MB of disk space on the hard drive where TTWin 3 is to be installed. TTWin 3 will run on the following operating systems but is not supported: Windows 95/98/NT/2000. Evaluation Software The evaluation version of TTWin is restricted to 40 connections of up to 30 minutes each. Windows Server 2003 or Windows Server 2008. Window 7.Installing Your Evaluation Software These steps will allow you to install TTWin 3 on your machine. either on a stand-alone PC or a network file server. In all other aspects TTWin is fully functional. Windows refers to Windows XP Windows Vista.

click on the Browse button.ttwin. TTWin 3 will commence the transfer of files. TTWin Quickstart Guide |  . Installing the software establishes your acceptance of this agreement. Step 2 The Software License Agreement is displayed. The new program group will be visible and a TTWin 3 icon can be seen within the folder. Please read the License Agreement before installing the software.com On your Windows PC. you can also copy the TTWin 3 icon(s) onto your desktop. You are prompted for a destination folder. by clicking on the Finish button. TTWin 3 is automatically entered into your Programs menu. If you wish. for this purposes of evaluation it is suggested you select Complete. run the installation on your TTWin 3 CD or Internet downloaded version.Installing TTWin 3 Step 1 The TTWin 3 installation is available as CD or Internet download from http://www. Step 7 Accept the Setup Complete tile. By default TTWin 3 is installed in C:\Program Files\Turbosoft\TTWin3 Step 4 Specify the location and type of the program shortcuts. Step 8 You are now ready to start TTWin 3. Step 3 Choose the location where you want to install the software. This is where TTWin 3 will be installed. To change the destination folder. Step 6 After selecting Complete installation. Step 5 Select the type of setup.

because of the attractive. there are a number to choose from. then open the TTWin 3 program group you created during the install. Step 1 Firstly. For example the DEC VT series TTWin Quickstart Guide |  . Before you get started. then press “OK” Check the setting for the emulation. From the Configure option on the Menu Bar. The easiest way of doing this is via the configuration menu. As you can see from the list of communications protocols supported by TTWin 3. You will need to know what method of communications your host is expecting you to use. This information. it is a fully functional copy of the product. Several other methods can be used to start TTWin 3. From the Menu bar at the top of the window.Getting Started with TTWin 3 Once you have successfully installed TTWin 3. you can choose a new emulation by using the ‘Select Another’ option. assist you to exhaustively evaluate all of the features of TTWin 3. Once you have this information. should be available from your System Administrator. as well as your host address and any settings that you require. easy to use layout. we can continue on with starting and configuring TTWin 3. there are a few pieces of information you need in order to complete a successful connection to a host system. For evaluation purposes you will find that TTWin 3 has a comprehensive Help facility which contains as much information as the manuals and will. Configuring TTWin 3 When TTWin 3 is started it loads a number of default settings from its default configuration file. If the terminal that you wish to use is different from the one currently selected. From here you simply double click the TTWin 3 icon to start TTWin 3. however. and these are discussed in more detail in the TTWin 3 Users Guide. file transfer and session settings. choose the Emulation entry. communication. in mode cases the defaults will be fine. You will then be able to select the TTWin 3 features that you wish to configure. This will display the Configure tile for the currently selected emulation (VT420 is the default configuration). select the correct model for your host. all that remains to do is to configure a session and then connect to your host. Next. Some emulations have several models or types covered in the one emulation module. Finding Your Way around TTWin 3 Your evaluation copy of this software has not been provided with a full set of manuals. however. Choose your desired emulation from the list presented to you. select the Configuration option. you need to know what sort of terminal you wish to emulate. This information should also be available from your System Administrator. Starting TTWin 3 Select the Start button on your taskbar. At this point you will also be able to select your preferred emulation. Since TTWin 3 supports such a wide range of emulations. Firstly. we will select the type of terminal that you wish to use. along with any particular settings that you require. you need to know how you are going to communicate with the host system. you will need to know which one to choose in order to successfully interact with your host applications.

If you select Save As. you will be prompted for these before the connection takes place. and you will be presented with the Configure tile for the current communications module (telnet is the default configuration). this will just require the host name or IP Address to be entered. or alternatively right mouse click on the display area of your TTWin 3 session. choose the ‘Select Another’ option. If you did not enter any details that are required. From the menu bar select Actions | Connect. when you connect to your host you are actually connecting to a modem. you should save the configuration file for future use. If you select Save the settings will become the new default. you will be prompted for a file name. you should be able to get a connection to your host. This will activate the default pop-up menu from which you can select the Connect option. Note: If you using a serial connection via a modem. Please use the help button for more information on these settings. Once you are happy with your emulation settings select “OK”. such as telnet host name. Once you have chosen your communications module. Step 2 To change your Communications module you utilise a similar process. by changing the Terminal ID you can change the way the emulation communicates with the host. Please refer to the documentation supplied with your modem for the correct initialisation string and command set. Please see the TTWin online help for assistance with this. Please remember that any details you enter after saving a configuration file are not added to the file. You will then need to instruct the modem to dial and connect to the host. Connecting Now that you have your emulation and communications modules chosen. This will connect you to your host using the information that you entered earlier. then select the communications module that you wish to use. then Save or Save As. In most cases (such as Telnet and SSH).covers several VT terminal types. and once this has been entered you can save the configuration file. Saving Your Configuration settings Once you have selected your emulation and communication settings. The evaluation licence is restricted to 40 connections of up to 30 minutes each and you will see a dialog each time you try to connect informing you of the number of connection attempts remaining. To continue in evaluation mode select Connect. TTWin Quickstart Guide |  . you will need to configure it so that it can ‘see’ your host. From the Menu bar choose Configure Emulation. you will need to select and configure your modem. If you are have not applied a licence to TTWin the program will be running in the default evaluation mode. choose File. However for some (such as the Serial module) there are additional settings that you need to configure.twc and will be stored in the Config subdirectory of the active TTWin 3 installation. If you would like to use a different communications module. you need to re-save the configuration file to include the modified settings. By default the configuration file will be given the file extension . From the Menu bar. Please note: If you are using a modem over a serial connection.

com Now That You’re Connected Once you have a successful connection. In addition. and this is done via the Actions | Disconnect menu command.If you are unable to connect. Toolbars. anyone using a serial connection via a modem will need to ‘Hang Up’ the modem to close the call. More information regarding these can be found in the help and the Scripting Samples help file. This is used to assist Turbosoft Support when resolving any questions you may have about TTWin 3. About TTWin 3 Also under the Help menu. Scripting and ActiveX interfaces. then please recheck the settings in the Emulation configuration.ttwin. Before Disconnecting. Once this is performed TTWin 3 is no longer connected and the program can be closed. In practice this will vary from site to site. you will find four “About” item which provides information regarding the different modules used in your copy of the software. however it is always a good idea to log off from your host session first. This will result in the telephone connection being terminated. Emulation and File transfer that you are using. Should you still be unable to connect. Hotspots. so that you can continue the disconnect cleanly. the connection to the host must be closed. TTWin Quickstart Guide |  . please record as much detail as possible regarding your settings and contact Turbosoft Support via http://www. These include fully customizable Menus. Advanced Configuration A larger number of advanced configuration options are available to users of TTWin 3. before severing the communications link. In the unlikely event that you continue to have problems with your copy of TTWin 3.com On Completing your TTWin 3 Session Once you have completed your session on the host system. you should be able to interact with your host as per the standard terminal that you chose to emulate. please check that the host environment is correctly configured for you to connect. If the terminal does not appear to be behaving the way you are expecting it to. please contact Turbosoft Support via http://ttwin. you will need to disconnect from the host. Help Menu Screen TTWin 3’s Help is standard Windows Hypertext. then please re-check the settings for your Communications and Emulations modules. This will prevent a build-up of active but unconnected sessions. Lastly. Under the Help Menu you will find the Help Index as well as help on the specific Comms.

Please restart TTWin”. complete the following steps: > > > > > > > Select the Save the request to a file option and click the Activate button. TTWin Quickstart Guide |  . In this situation you may activate manually. When you restart TTWin you will be informed that you need to activate TTWin. Manual Activation If TTWin is unable to connect to the internet from the PC it is installed you may activate your software using the manual activation process. If you continue to receive this message it may be a result of firewall or proxy server settings on your local network preventing TTWin accessing the Activation servers. Open a browser to http://mercury. Note: If you receive a connection error please wait a moment and try again. click the “Import certificate” button and load your certificate file. Save the request xml file Copy this file to a PC that has internet access. Activating TTWin There are two activation methods: online (default) or manual activation. You will be sent a new certificate to the email address that you provided and additionally you will be given an on screen link to download the new certificate to you local PC.com/request Click the Browse button and select the request xml file. click the Import certificate button and load your certificate file.Licensing TTWin When you purchase TTWin you will be issued with a licence certificate. Then select the License button. Online Activation For this option to work TTWin needs to be able to connect to the internet. You will see a message box stating “The certificate was successfully installed. Enter an email address where you would like the new certificate to be sent Select the Retrieve Certificate File button. > Select the Activate online option then click the Activate button. TTWin will then connect to the Turbosoft Activation Server and automatically import a new certificate unique to the PC you are installing on. Once you have downloaded the new certificate to the PC containing your TTWin installation do the following: > Start TTWin and select Help | About TTWin. > Then select the License button. > Restart TTWin. You have 7 days to complete this activation. To enable your licensed copy of TTWin you can import your licence certificate by starting TTWin and selecting Help | About TTWin.ttwin. To do so.

Step 1 Click on the Start button and then select Settings.. Step 3 Scroll through the list of applications on the Add/Remove Programs Properties dialog box and select TTWin 3..Uninstalling TTWin 3 If you need to remove TTWin 3 from your hard drive you can uninstall it.. TTWin Quickstart Guide |  . click on Add/Remove Programs. Step 4 Click on the Add/Remove button. Then select Control Panel. Step 2 In the Control Panel dialog box that is displayed.

Each emulation may do so totally independently from all the other sessions and emulations.TTWin 3 Highlights Gain access to all hosts With TTWin 3 any combination of over 80 quality emulations is available. we support industry standard encryption as standard. including Chinese. TTWin 3 is also able to map host character values to the PC character maps independently for each emulation session. Korean. macros. highly configurable and reliable. easy to use method of completing your keyboard mappings. however should you prefer a more traditional “list” display. All emulations in TTWin 3 may use as many code pages as are required. All of the keyboard mapping features are available using this interface. This greatly simplifies access to multiple host systems. Full keyboard re-mapping Extremely flexible keyboard re-mapping. The goal of an individual environment that meets the specific needs of each end user is attainable through TTWin 3. and Japanese language fonts. functional. The code pages that may be used by TTWin 3 include Latin 1 through 9 as well as the Cyrillic and special character maps supplied with TTWin 3. Each of the emulations within TTWin is accurate. This provides a simple. OCX Interface Utilize TTWin's OCX interface to make TTWin 3 a part of an external application. host sequences or emulation keys to any key combination on a PC keyboard. Extensive character set support To cater for the complex requirements of many European countries TTWin 3 has extensive code page support including the ability to use several code pages concurrently. TTWin 3 provides the ability to implement keyboard mapping via a graphical interface. SSL3 + SSH1 & SSH2 Turbosoft regards data security to be an essential part of a terminal session and as such. Adding terminal emulation functionality to your application has never been simpler. TTWin Quickstart Guide |  . Users can map text strings. Data security. TTWin 3 can provide all the emulation and connectivity software in the one package. this is also available. Unlike its competitors. In this way it is possible to connect to any application on any host while maintaining accurate character mapping. DBCS character support TTWin offers full support for double byte character fonts.

Whenever a particular event occurs From within a TTWin 3 Macro With a hotspot From a menu item From a Mouse button click. Screen enhancing features Use 'hot spots'. These represent only a few of the possibilities. TTWin 3’s Scripts may be activated in many ways. This simplifies the process of learning greatly without compromising flexibility or functionality. scripting and toolbars to extend the life of your host system by giving it a make over. is entered by the user or appears in the data stream. When TTWin 3 connects to a host. scroll regions and automatic reformatting of data. including: > > > > > > > > > By mouse click on a TTWin 3 Toolbar Button By means of a character sequence sent from the host When TTWin 3 is started. In this way it is possible to greatly enhance legacy applications with dialogue boxes. TTWin Quickstart Guide | 10 . With TTWin 3 Basic the advanced user can perform complex processing on all data whether it appears on the screen.Powerful scripting language TTWin 3’s scripting language TTWin 3 Basic is similar in syntax to Visual BASIC™.