The secondary broker is triggered by a registry key. You will have to install the broker services first and then edit a registry key to change it’s behavior. Below you will find a step by step on how to configure this:
Execute Thinfinity Remote Desktop’s Installer. Accept the License Agreement, then click on next:
Select the “Broker and HTML5 Services” option and click on next
Select the Installation destination folder and click on next.
Now, click on “Install” to install the Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server components.
How to Enable Secondary Broker Option.
Open the registry (run: regedit) and search the following directory: Computer\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Cybele Software\Thinfinity\Remote Desktop Server.
Double click on BrokerRole and replace the value primary for secondary.
Configure Pool, NetworkID, and Gateway
Open the Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server (Start/ Thinfinity/ Thinfinity Remote Desktop Server), and configure the required parameters, Pool, NetworkId, and Gateway URL.
Pool: Use this parameter to specify the pool the secondary broker will use.
Network ID: Use this parameter to specify the Network environment that the secondary broker will use.
Gateway List: Input the URL of the Thinfinity Remote Desktop Gateway. Click on “Add” and complete the URL information. Always specify the security protocol (HTTP/ HTTPS) and the connection port.
Finally, click on Apply to save the changes.
You can click on “Show Log” to verify the status of the connection.
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