There's a basic guide on how to export your document data to CSV in our help file. Out of the box, Royal TS will only export a pre-defined list of settings to the CSV file but the list of settings can be customized.
Credentials, Command Tasks and Key Sequence Tasks
To customize the list for those object types, go to the Royal TS installation directory (by default %ProgramFiles(x86)%\code4ward.net\Royal TS V3 ) and open the RTS3App.exe.config file.
You will find the following sections:
... <setting name="ExportFieldsCredential" serializeAs="String"> <value>UserName,Password</value> </setting> <setting name="ExportFieldsCommandTask" serializeAs="String"> <value>CommandLine,Arguments,WorkingDirectory,ShowInFavoriteTasks,NoConfirmationRequired</value> </setting> <setting name="ExportFieldsKeySequenceTask" serializeAs="String"> <value>ShowInFavoriteTasks,NoConfirmationRequired</value> </setting> ...
The value element contains a list of comma separated field names to be exported.
To customize the list of fields for specific connection types, go to the directory %appdata$\code4ward
For each connection type you will find a subdirectory (the plugin GUID) and in there you will find a file plugin.config
VNC (UltraVNC): 2a8c244a-fd81-4b28-992f-3ecedd749a10
VNC (TightVNC): 546d2ed6-f539-4301-8c86-9b578c612a0b
Terminal (Rebex): f4023e0c-511c-4785-9113-48509aa00d7c
Terminal (PuTTY): 107df0a3-eab8-40ee-87f2-cc8a310f9269
Web Page: ace2829f-77a2-4757-a7fc-7ed05f78e1ff
Performance View: 19b06f23-ef05-4037-9c87-a72177332c38
External Application: a6d57d9e-49ec-46ab-861d-bb9d88e85959
Each plugin.config file contains a section called ExportFields which contains a comma separated list of fields to be exported.
Extending and Customizing the List of Fields
After you have located the list of export fields to be customized, you need to figure out the field names of the settings you are interested in. The easiest way in the UI is by using the Key Sequence Task dialog:
You can browse for fields, categorized and on a per connection basis using the Insert button. Once you selected a property (like shown above, the Port property of the Remote Desktop connection type) you will see the corresponding field name in the text box, surrounded by $ signs.
Note: before you insert the field in the list of export fields, make sure you remove the $ signs!