Tunnels Windows Applications onto remote desktops (including Linux and Mac): Install the application once on the server & eliminate the administration hassle of deploying the applications on all workstations. Tunneling applications securely via SSL.
Dec 26, 2011 12:05:06
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Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Unix, Mac OS
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Description: Publish any Windows application onto remote desktops and save on administration & support
With 2X ApplicationServer for Windows Terminal Services companies can reap the benefits of thin client computing without having to switch the network infrastructure to a thin client OS.
Rather than deploying particular windows applications onto all your desktops, resulting in an administration and support nightmare, install the application on one central server and use 2X ApplicationServer for Windows Terminal Services to seamlessly publish the application onto remote desktops.
Users will never know that the application is running remotely and you will be able to manage the application from a single location! Transmitting just the screen updates rather than the client server data is often faster too.
2X ApplicationServer features:
* Publish applications, rather than installing locally
* Tunnel an application, not a whole desktop
* Seamless integration with local desktop & taskbar
* Publish applications based on username, group membership or IP
* Publish Windows applications onto Linux and Mac
* Publish applications to Web Interface (Windows clients only)
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