RemoteFX-Enabled Certification for Thin-Client Devices

RemoteFX-Enabled Certification for Thin-Client Devices

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Hello, everyone! This is Jeroen van Eesteren from the Remote Desktop Virtualization team. I want to take this opportunity to highlight the RemoteFX-enabled certification program and direct you to a list of a growing number of devices that have been certified.

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The RemoteFX-Enabled certification program is designed to help customers find thin-client devices that have been designed and certified to deliver a great RemoteFX/Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) experience.

Today, our partners offer many thin-client devices that offer a wide range of functionality, such as wireless, multi-monitor support, Power over Ethernet (PoE), and all-in-one devices that include the display. Please ask your preferred thin-client vendor about what RemoteFX-enabled certified devices they offer.

I hope this information is useful and answers the questions you have about this topic. If you have further questions, please feel free to post a new thread in the RDS & TS forum.

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  • Can you tell me how to get a RemoteFX Partner Licence in order for manufacturers of thin clients to join the RemoteFX certifiication program? My company does not want to obtain a Gold or Silver competency because it is offers many services that we do not need. We are a chip developer and want a RemoteFX Partner Licence to obtain the hardware code so we can develop RemoteFX integrated hardware.

  • www.Jieyung.com are delivering a powerful 99$ arm-linux thin client with very impressive performance, which supports not only RDP 7.1 and remotefx-enabled , but also supports redhat SPICE remote desktop protocol. You can watch the video by the following channel:  www.youtube.com/.../UCeyMLDrq79hoY222hFbl-RA

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