UrlConf Crack + Free 2022 [New]
A small console application that shows you all active URLs protocols and their handlers.
This tool could be used to:
- find out what protocols are currently in use
- configure protocol handlers
- disable/enable URL handlers
1- Download the package from our git or zip it:
2- Extract the package in a folder and run UrlConf.exe
- Some protocols may not be supported by the OS out of the box.
- Some configuration settings can be changed only by code.
How to use UrlConf:
1- You can open a URL protocol by pressing Ctrl+Shift+I, as in this screenshot:
and type the protocol name, or press Enter when the protocol is selected.
2- The program show you all the URLs currently defined for this protocol, as in this screenshot:
If a URL handler can be enabled, a checkmark appears, if not, it is unchecked.
3- If you want to disable a protocol handler, then double-click on it and select Disable.
4- If you want to enable a protocol handler, then double-click on it and select Enable.
5- Press Enter to exit.
6- Run UrlConf again to see what new settings are loaded.
- If you want to edit settings, use another method, UrlConf is just for overview.
- Some protocols might not be supported by the OS out of the box.
- Some configuration settings can be changed only by code.
- UrlConf uses a REST-Interface to communicate with the Windows, so it is not made for long-running processes.
- You can set all settings manually, but UrlConf is more user-friendly.
- Settings are cached for a time and can be re-read by any other process.
- UrlConf does not have any kind of own settings.
- The settings of the program are saved in the registry.
- git for Linux, Mac and Windows.
- A - nt32/x64/32/64 RPM package for linux.
- A - win32/x64/32/64 EXE package for windows.
- A - osx/universal/intel/arm64 package for osx/
The KEYMACRO application is a little tool to control how HTTP authentication is handled. This is a tool for you to replace a legacy piece of ASP.NET that was removed because the Microsoft.Web.Administration.ServerManager.LocalMachine.GlobalPolicies property has been removed from the Microsoft.Web.Administration namespace.
Internet Explorer Applications:
Microsoft Internet Explorer applications do not support local HTTP authentication. It is recommended to use a tool like WebMin to administer your sites.
UrlConf Crack is a small program for configuring URL protocol handlers in Windows. Currently supports many URL protocols.
Documentation can be found here. It's in.html format. You can open it in your browser to see how it works.
You can check out the source at:
Other products related to this project:
URLConf : An ASP.NET application that extends the functionality of the UrlConf application to add support for other URL protocol handlers.
keymacro : An ASP.NET application that shows how to support HTTP authentication for an ASP.NET application on the local machine.
KeyMACRO was originally written by:
Richard's email is: [email protected]
KeyMACRO is no longer maintained. UrlConf is the new tool for those who want to control URL protocol handlers.
Get the latest source from the Web:
To make changes to the UrlConf source code:
Please give me feedback on the code.
To see what protocols UrlConf supports:
UrlConf is designed to be small, fast and most of all easy to use.
First you create a configuration file.
For Windows you can save this file into the application's directory, or you can store this file into a file share and browse the folder.
When you start the application it will scan the configuration file and it will tell you what it can do.
When you click a URL protocol, then the program will handle it.
If you don't want to handle a protocol, you can simply say that it should not be handled by the application.
If you want to enable all protocols, you can simply click on All and the application will handle all protocols that are found.
If you are more specific, you can choose a protocol by clicking on a protocol name, and then you can choose which applications you want to handle the protocol.
This is the idea behind the simple, simple and easy to use interface of UrlConf.
The UrlConf application is a tool that was designed to be used for configuring URL protocol handlers. For Windows it has been designed to be small, fast and easy to use.
The UrlConf application can also be used for handling URLs or handling URL protocols in a web browser, but it is not very portable.
The UrlConf application is an example of a URL protocol handler application.
The UrlConf application is currently in version 1.0.0
A web page about UrlConf,
A web page about UrlOpener.
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First: The application needs the netsh.exe program. If you have it on your system, it should be in your path.
The next thing you need to do is to download the UrlConf program. Place the compressed exe file on your pc and run it. It will ask you to enter a password. This is your account password. Now you can use the program to configure your systems URL handlers.
As an example i've added the following list to my system configuration.
-> cmd.exe (Windows Command)
-> aurl.exe (AURL)
ftp:// -> filezilla (Filezilla)
ssh:// -> PuTTY
-> httpd.exe (Apache)
Of course you can use any of the items on the list.
To add a handler you click on the button beside the protocol and enter the path to the executable.
For the all i did was enter the path to httpd.exe in the window which opens.
It also gave me an explanation:
Protocol Protocol handler is 'http'
Handler Path is 'C:\Program Files\IIS\PuTTY.exe'
Please note that the path of the protocol handler can be a file or a directory. So if you want to use a handler for in your folder you have to use a symlink:
mklink C:\Program Files\IIS\PuTTY.exe C:\Program Files\IIS\PuTTY.exe.urlconf.url
You could also have a look at:
KISS: A Personal Collection of Sysinternals Utilities v1.4
Windows Protocols Handlers
Microsoft provided two built-in applications to configure URL protocols. They are installed on your machine automatically if you have installed Internet Explorer. They are located in the system folder. They are called:
They are very small applications to configure the protocols. You may find it hard to recognize them since they are very similar. But they differ in some points. I've been using them to configure the protocols for years and I'm still using them. I'm not aware of other tools out there.
The UrlTool application can be found in the tools/htool subfolder. It is located in the %ProgramFiles%\Internet Explorer\Tools\ folder. You have to run it as administrator. Click on the executable (htool.exe) and then enter the -url option:
C:\> htool -url
The -url option takes two parameters. The first parameter is the protocol. It can be http, https, ftp, rtsp, ftps
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Processor: 2.2 GHz dual core or faster
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 or better, AMD Radeon R9 270 or better
DirectX: Version 11 or higher
Storage: 3 GB available space
Additional Notes: For optimized performance, we recommend a monitor with at least 1920 x 1080 pixels at 60 Hz.
OS: Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1,
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