Compare Thinfinity VirtualUI and Thinfinity Remote Desktop
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.
Thinfinity VirtualUI and the Remote Desktop server share some basic characteristics:
– require a Windows-based server and an HTML5 browser-based client
– allow you to publish a Windows app within a browser
– 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 Thinfinity choice for you:
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As you already know, Thinfinity VirtualUI is a web-enabling SDK to run apps on a browser without rewriting the code. On the other hand, Thinfinity Remote Desktop is a remote access, desktop delivery, and app publishing solution.
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