Using ThinPoint client you can remotely access ThinPoint Virtualized desktop sessions and provisioned applications. There two types of ThinPoint clients:
|▪||Direct Access ThinPoint client |
Requires a port to be opened and forwarded to the ThinPoint host.
|▪||Universal Client (recommended)|
Does not require firewall rule adjustment or port forwarding.
ThinPoint Client setup can be accessed from the Service Provisioning Manager found in the Start menu -> Programs -> ThinPoint.
|•||ThinPoint client currently supports Windows client operating systems (Windows XP, XP embedded and Vista and Windows 7). |
|•||ThinPoint Open Source Linux client, tested on OpenSuse 11.1 with dependencies to KDE Linux desktop technology and libqt4 and libqt4-x11 libraries.|
|•||ThinPoint client currently does not support MAC clients. To access from a MAC client you can use NetLeverage WebPoint, Microsoft RDC client CoRD. Please be aware when a client other than WebPoint is used, the ThinPoint seamless windowing is not available.|
|•||PrintPoint functions are currently not available in Linux or Apple MAC clients. |
|•||When connecting from a Linux client you could use CUPS or similar method to allow Linux client printing. |
|•||When connecting from an Apple MAC client you could use built-in RDC client or CoRD printing feature or use Apple Bonjour for Windows to allow visibility of Apple MAC client attached printers to the ThinPoint host. |
|•||Please visit Open Source download section of NetLeverage Support site to obtain the source code for ThinPoint Linux and MAC open source clients. |
|•||By default TCP port 3389 is required to connect to the ThinPoint sessions. PrintPoint functionality does not require any extra TCP port. |