Who Is Connected?
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Who is connected? is a small unobtrusive menu bar app which monitors the status of Apple File Sharing (AFP) and Remote Login (SSH) for OS X.

Who is connected? shows both the status of AFP & SSH ( i.e. whether they are enabled or not in System Preferences ) and if users are connected to your Mac, all via a simple icon in the OS X menu bar. In addition the user is notified of new SSH connections via Growl.

Features:
  • Shows status of Apple File Sharing (AFP) in menu bar
  • Shows when users are connected via Apple File Sharing
Requirements
  • Intel
  • OS X 10.5 to 10.7
  • Growl notification framework





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burypromote

Studio7 reviewed on 30 Jul 2013
Last version for INTEL is 1.0.3
Last version for PPC is 1.0.1

"Requires Mac OS X 10.5 to 10.7 - Intel only - Sorry it's not working under Mountain Lion 10.8 (yet)"

Great and easy application, with notification of new SSH connections via Growl.

But...not working (yet) under Mountain Lion 10.8.
So please when will it be available?
[Version 1.0]

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burypromote

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MacUpdate-Jess replied on 30 Jul 2013
Thanks for pointing out the update, Studio7. Even though the listing is updated, I backdated it to match the date of the version 1.03 release.
burypromote
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+4

Crus13 reviewed on 14 Sep 2011
+finaly :)
+easy
+free
+with prowl is awesome

-icon not so "macool"
-more options:user id, more ports etc
[Version 1.0]


burypromote
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seika7 commented on 10 Jun 2009
I look forward to the day when this actually tells you 'who is connected' instead of just the fact that someone is connected.
[Version 1.0]

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burypromote
cjcj (developer) replied on 11 Jun 2009
Hey SEIKA7 : )
Yes! It doesn't yet 'do everything it says on the tin'! However we got this far and thought it plugged a hole in the market as it stands, so released it as version 1. We hope we can manage to get the full 'who is connected' working at some point soon.
burypromote
+1

+4
Crus13 replied on 14 Sep 2011
i was looking for this, and was very hard to find it. Be more visible, get some falowers (im one)and make it shine. It is an awesome feature...
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Downloads:1,929
Version Downloads:174
Type:Utilities : Network
License:Free
Date:30 Dec 2011
Platform:Intel 64 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Who is connected? is a small unobtrusive menu bar app which monitors the status of Apple File Sharing (AFP) and Remote Login (SSH) for OS X.

Who is connected? shows both the status of AFP & SSH ( i.e. whether they are enabled or not in System Preferences ) and if users are connected to your Mac, all via a simple icon in the OS X menu bar. In addition the user is notified of new SSH connections via Growl.

Features:
  • Shows status of Apple File Sharing (AFP) in menu bar
  • Shows when users are connected via Apple File Sharing (AFP) in menu bar
  • Shows status of Remote Login (SSH) in menu bar
  • Shows when users are connected via Remote Login (SSH)
  • Notifies user of new SSH connections via Growl Notification Framework
  • Enables user to check last log entry via Growl Notification Framework
  • Enables user to set a custom SSH port for monitoring incoming connections
  • Enables user to kill all existing SSH connections*
  • Provides quick access to file sharing preferences pane


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