Connecting multiple machines:
The new client also gives you the option to connect other machines to each client. You will then be able to monitor each computer's client, as well as having basic client options, such as pausing/restarting one of the slots.
I am assuming both computers are on the same network. "Remote" remoting connecting clients would use the same principles though.
1) Make sure both computers you want to connect have the client installed. Switch your clients to "Expert" mode.
2) On the main computer, on the left "Clients" panel, click "Add" at the bottom.
3) Enter the name you wish to call the client, the IP address, the port number (you can leave 36330 as default), and the password (choose your own).
To get the IP address of the computer you wish to monitor, go to the secondary computer and open command prompt. Type "ipconfig", then find the following line:
4) You should now have two clients in your Clients list, and you can monitor them both as if they're local. Simply rightclick the specific client slot (not the client itself) and then you can choose from one of the options there.
I don't believe monitoring remote clients creates a new log folder, so if you're using HFM/Fahmon, you will need to connect them (if on the same network), or use a hosting site as usual to monitor them too.