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Announcing Thinfinity VirtualUI v2 beta

Thinfinity VirtualUI helps developers to effortlessly take Windows apps to the web. This is an amazing solution for old apps developed with .Net, Delphi, Visual C++ and the like, which can now be run from any device.

Take Windows apps to the web with Thinfinity VirtualUI v2.0
We are very excited to announce today the beta build of Thinfinity VirtualUI v2. This version includes several new major features that take VirtualUI to a new level of virtualization and integration.

The main new features in this release are:

  • New authentication scheme:
    • Support for RADIUS.
    • OAuth/2 (Google, Facebook, etc).
    • API for custom authentication.
    • Support for Single Sign-on.
  • Registry and File System Virtualization.
  • Session Recording and Playback.


Select the Best Authentication Method for Your Apps

Have you ever considered the benefits of connecting Google, Facebook or Linkedin with your apps?

Thinfinity VirtualUI v2 includes an enhanced authentication scheme that broadens the horizon of end-user identification and application access protection. This new authentication scheme also enables guest access to the applications, allowing for the combination of authenticated and anonymous access.

Now you can select how your end-users will access your applications, via one or more of these methods: Windows Logon, OAuth/2 (Google, Facebook, etc), RADIUS and/or a Custom Authentication method implemented by you with the new Thinfinity Authentication API.



Select What Folders You Want to Expose and Provide Private Folders

The new File System Virtualization helps developers to create a secure environment by exposing only relevant application folders and providing private folders based on the application’s authentication system (usually database driven).



Create an Isolated Registry Environment for Your Application

With a similar approach, Registry Virtualization allows developers to store user information in the Windows Registry in a controlled and isolated way. Registry entries can now be redirected to shared or private entries, also based on the application’s authentication system.


Allow Your End-Users to Record and Playback Part of or the Whole Session

This new Thinfinity VirtualUI version also includes the previously announced Session Recording and Playback feature. Now you can record and store VirtualUI user sessions for later replay.

There are many scenarios for session recording such as issue reproduction, application demos, and tutorials, technical support, auditing, e-learning, etc.


This beta version is available for download from our site.

Additional docs:

  • Thinfinity VirtualUI v2 – End-user Authentication (PDF)
  • Thinfinity VirtualUI v2 – File System & Registry Virtualization (PDF)

We will be sharing Thinfinity VirtualUI v2 details, tutorials, tip and tricks in future posts. Stay tuned!

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