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Thin client software for PCs

FEATURED: 2X ThinClientServer for Windows/Linux Listing updated: January 23, 2009

2X ThinClientServer delivers a solution to convert existing PC's to thin clients and centrally manage thin client devices from any vendor. User's connection & device hardware settings (RDP / ICA / NX, screen size, Applications that users have access to, Terminal Servers and VMware virtual desktops) can be controlled centrally by device, user, group or department Active Directory / Local Accounts) via the web-based interface.

2X ThinClientServer deploys a small footprint Linux-based OS to popular thin client devices (HP, Neoware, Wyse, BOSAaNOVA, Samsung and more) and to old or new PCs and laptops. Thin clients always boot the latest version of the OS from the ThinClientServer or locally. Hardware & connection settings (including resolution, logging and more) can be retrieved from the server when the client logs on, making thin clients easy to manage.
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Virtual PC Center Listing updated: June 2, 2008

NEC's new Virtual PC Center (VPCC) is a complete thin client solution, with full PC functionality including multimedia capabilities. With the VPCC system, a user can access his or her own Windows desktop environment via any VPCC terminals.
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NCD ThinPATH PC Listing updated: November 7, 2005

NCD ThinPATH PC configures and manages PCs as thin clients to access server-based computing. The user interface makes it simple to access applications, but it also protects the PC from unapproved desktop changes. Applications run from Citrix MetaFrame, Nfuse, Terminal Services or a web server. ThinPATH PC distributes software to each desktop from a centralized web server. No desktop hardware or software upgrades are required prior to installation.

The product supports the configured PC network including any customer-specific requirements, such as VPN security, smart card authentication, and networked printing. Systems administrators can also allow access to locally installed PC applications via the dedicated user interface.
  • Users' Rating: 4.75 [4 votes] - Vote
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Reflection Suite for X Listing updated: July 14, 2006

Reflection Suite for X is a PC X server, an NFS client, and terminal emulation software all rolled into one. With this multi-purpose solution, you can connect Windows users to applications on UNIX, OpenVMS, IBM, Unisys, and Linux systems. You can also provide easy access to NFS resources.

Reflection Suite for X lets you: Leverage the benefits of new desktop platforms, such as Microsoft Windows XP x64 Edition (native); Work in multiple X screens for a single server instance; Meet the stringent FIPS 140-2 and DOD-PKI security requirement; Protect critical data using Reflection’s fully integrated SSH and Kerberos clients; Provide secure access to multiple hosts with simplified sign-on; Use certificates to authenticate to host applications; Simplify certificate use with Reflection Certificate Manager.
  • Users' Rating: 4.5 [4 votes] - Vote
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WtsFtp Listing updated: February 21, 2007

WtsFtp is Intended to enable transferring files between a Terminal Services®/Remote Desktop Server and a Terminal Services/Remote Desktop Client.
  • Users' Rating: 4.33 [3 votes] - Vote
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SimplyRDP Listing updated: July 12, 2006

Reduce new hardware costs by implementing a thin client solution using existing desktops. SimplyRDP reduces IT costs by allowing remote management of desktops, providing easier backups and disaster recovery, enabling the latest applications to be run on aging desktops and virtually eliminating viruses and data theft.

SimplyRDP is a software-only solution; there is no need to physically open the desktop case, and removal of the hard drive is optional. An install and GUI configuration templates permit fast setups of desktops. All desktop applications run on the server.
  • Users' Rating: 2.5 [4 votes] - Vote
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