The ThinClientServer management console allows users’ device and connection settings to be centrally managed via its web-based interface, showing currently active devices and user sessions.
Centrally configure connection settings such as terminal server name, type (RDP, Citrix ICA or NX), screen resolution and more. Devices can be separated according to group settings, either manually by an administrator, or automatically using Active Directory by MAC or IP address.
Manage all PCs and thin clients through one consistent and open interface, providing the freedom to choose and the possibility to re-use your existing computer hardware.
ThinClientServer deploys a secure, read-only Linux desktop to the thin client which only shows Citrix or Parallels published applications in the task bar, as well as VMware View and RDP desktops, allowing increased control and security for administrators.
Locally connected printers or mass storage devices (USB and serial) are supported, with printers displayed on the user’s desktop, and local storage devices appearing in Windows Explorer with other media.
Supports users in multiple locations through master-slave configuration management.
Users can auto-launch applications and desktops upon login, eliminating the need for multiple desktops. Administrators can also shadow user sessions for increased support.
ThinClientServer links connection settings to Active Directory usernames, groups or OU’s (organizational units), reducing administration hassles from adding users and managing roaming users.
ThinClientServer allows you to extend the life span of existing PCs by converting them to thin clients, providing considerable savings over time.
ThinClientServer includes a thin client OS and a centralized management interface for all thin client devices, enabling the use of low-cost thin clients without OS and management software, offering considerable hardware savings. For a list of compatible thin clients, please click here.