Compare Thinfinity Solutions: VirtualUI and the Remote Desktop Server

What’s the difference between Thinfinity VirtualUI Server License and Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server License?
When you need to access a Windows app remotely, both solutions may work for you.
VirtualUI and the Remote Desktop Server share some basic characteristics:

    – allow you to publish a Windows app within a browser
    – require a Windows-based server and an HTML5 browser-based client
    – have a per concurrent user license

So when you require to give a web access solution for your software users, any of them would cover the need. Which one should you choose? Take a look at the table to define the best choice for you:

VirtualUIRemote Desktop Server
Source Code Access Required?YES. Only the software developer can enable the compatibility with VirtualUI.NO. You can publish to the web ANY software, no matter if you have access to the code or not.
Web App Look & Feel CustomizationYES. The original application can be fully transformed under the web enabled version. See a demo.NO. The web version looks like just as the original app. See a demo.
Integration with external web resourcesYES. Read more here.YES. Read more here.
RDP Gateway, with remote desktop access for PC/VMsNO.YES. Read more here.
2Factor authentication / Multifactor Auth (MFA) SupportedYES. Read more here.YES. Read more here.
Single Sign On (SSO) SupportedYES. Read more here.YES. Read more here.
License/PriceRead more here.Read more here.
Installation GuideGuide here.Guide here.

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