Description of the feature request
When doing a build with Remote Access, VNC and SSH connection instructions are listed with values for hostname and port, username, and password. You must start your VNC or SSH client and copy/paste these values to make a connection.
VNC and SSH both have widely-understood URI Schemes that could be leveraged to provide links directly in the build interface that would minimize the amount of copy/pasting required to make a connection.
For example, in practice on a basic macOS system, a VNC connection in the Screen Sharing app can be made from with one click from a webpage displayed in Safari using a URL in this format:
vnc://<username>:<password>@<hostname>:<port> # Example: vnc://vagrant:firstname.lastname@example.org:22064
SSH is a bit trickier, since I cannot seem to get macOS Terminal to understand links with an embedded host fingerprint as suggested by provisional RFCs listed in the above-referenced Wikipedia article, but at the least, one can avoid copying more than just the password by using a link in this format:
ssh://<username>:<password>@<hostname>:<port> # Example: ssh://email@example.com:28623
These links could be displayed right alongside the raw values in the interface.
Use case / for what or how I would use it
I would use this every time when connecting to a build with remote access due to the improved workflow.