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FEATURED: 2X LoadBalancer for Terminal Services / Citrix Listing updated: September 27, 2007

Since Microsoft Terminal Services Servers support many users, it's important to ensure that each Terminal Server is fully redundant and that the load is distributed between servers ensuring optimal service quality for users. 2X LoadBalancer for Terminal Services / Citrix allows you to load balance RDP/ICA sessions between Terminal Servers and provide fault tolerance. In addition, if you are allowing users to login from the internet, you can hide the backend terminal services from the internet and just expose one single gateway machine - thereby increasing security of your Terminal Servers.

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  • Users' Rating: 4.83 [6 votes] - Vote
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AppliDis SLB Listing updated: July 5, 2006

The AppliDis SLB device aims to provide all-round load balancing using the Terminal Server environment. AppliDis SLB relies on the following criteria for optimum performance: Understanding of user behaviour, Server performance, Network performance.

AppliDis SLB allows you to manage the following details from different interface pages: Manage administration servers and the virtual IP address; Manage application servers; Display the availability of application servers; Manage Gateway servers; Manage internal databases to the product; Manage the weighting of load balancing criteria; Manage the AppliDis software license
  • Users' Rating: 5 [1 vote] - Vote
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Quest vWorkspace (Enterprise Edition) Listing updated: August 2, 2012

The vWorkspace is an enterprise virtual desktop and application delivery solution for the VMware Virtual Infrastructure and the Microsoft Windows Terminal Server platforms - embracing and extending both to deliver highly resilient and scalable on-demand desktop deployment and application delivery for enterprises worldwide.

The Quest Software vWorkspace is the only commercially available solution delivering the most comprehensive feature-set to consolidate the delivery of applications (including support for streaming) & consolidate the deployment of desktops from; terminal servers, blade or physical PCs and virtual infrastructures such as VMware VI3.

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  • Users' Rating: 4.75 [4 votes] - Vote
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HOBLink JWT Listing updated: September 14, 2005

HOBLink JWT is a platform-independent, Java-based solution for accessing MS Windows Terminal Servers. It makes data in Windows-based applications available to all users, regardless of the type of hardware or operating system they are using. HOBLink JWT is a solution for accessing WTS: Central installation and administration through Java technology.

With HOBLink JWT, you also get true load balancing which actually measures the CPU load of each server. When one WTS goes down within a server farm, the client is connected to another WTS for signing on. Not every WTS in a farm must be configured the same. In addition, no “master browser” is needed.
  • Users' Rating: 4.67 [3 votes] - Vote
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Citrix Presentation Server Listing updated: September 27, 2007

Citrix Presentation Server is a product for application virtualization using a centralized and secure architecture. Presentation Server enables IT to centrally deploy and manage line of business applications while providing secure, on-demand access to these resources for users anywhere, on any device and any network. Running on Microsoft Windows Server and UNIX operating systems, Presentation Server supports virtually any custom or commercially packaged Windows, UNIX, Java, and Web application.

Presentation Server supports many of today’s IT and business initiatives, such as: Application Deployment; Remote Office Connectivity; Workforce Mobility; Business Continuity; Server Consolidation; Regulatory Compliance; Business Process Outsourcing

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  • Users' Rating: 4.38 [13 votes] - Vote
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Jetro CockpIT Listing updated: April 28, 2009

Jetro COCKPIT is a Windows Terminal Service add-on. COCKPIT maximizes and exploits the power of Terminal Services by providing critical services that are necessary for enterprise deployments. These services include:

Scalability – COCKPIT offers the most powerful and flexible load-balancing engine available to get the most out of your servers and provide users with peak performance. Enable your IT to grow with your company by simply adding new servers into the COCKPIT farm. Security – Deliver centralized applications to users quickly and easily without opening Terminal Servers to users. Remote Access – Provide secure access to centralized applications for remote applications without exposing the Terminal Servers to the Internet and without expensive VPNs. Usability – Deliver seamless applications to users directly from the Start menu. Printing – COCKPIT's universal driver provides maintenance free printing from centralized applications to local printers. High print compression saves critical network bandwidth and maximum performance.
  • Users' Rating: 4.38 [16 votes] - Vote
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PowerTerm WebConnect Enterprise Listing updated: September 15, 2005

Ericom's Server Based Computing solution provides:
Access to Windows Terminal Server 2000 / 2003 / 2003 x64 and legacy systems including: IBM Mainframe, IBM AS/400, OpenVMS and more; Application publishing with true seamless Windows applications; Centralized administration and management tools; Server provisioned – no client installation; Remote desktop support; Load balancing; Enhanced security: SSH, SSL, Secure SSL Gateway, Secure FTP; 100% compatibility with any Windows application and file format; Integration with directory services and Single Sign-On capabilities
  • Users' Rating: 4 [4 votes] - Vote
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AppSense Performance Manager Listing updated: July 18, 2007

AppSense Performance Manager provides workload management and optimization for desktops, servers, datacenters and virtualized environments. AppSense Performance Manager ensures that hardware resources are maximized without compromising overall quality of service. By optimizing the use of system resources at thread-level AppSense Performance Manager is able to deliver more performance from your existing infrastructure.

AppSense Performance Manager also allocates and prioritizes critical resources, such as processor, memory and network bandwidth to ensure each user, group and application is provided appropriate resources depending on their needs and demands throughout the working day.
  • Users' Rating: 3.56 [18 votes] - Vote
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