Take a Microsoft® remote desktop to the web in pure HTML5.
Web RDP Client
Take Microsoft® Remote Desktop to the web in pure HTML5.
Online Screen Sharing
Launch a Screen Sharing session performing just like VNC -but on the web.
Chrome and Firefox users can access the audio output of their remote machine in real-time.
Users can print from the remote host to a local device.
Remote Clipboard Support
Copy and paste text between your local device and the remote desktop using a built-in clipboard.
Allows you to integrate your existing Active Directory with the authentication
Secure encryption and authentication
Native HTTP/s protocol, SSL Encryption. NTLM and Digest Authentication methods supported.
Supports all industry-standard SSL VPNs, including Cisco and Juniper.
Driven by a high-performance, firewall-friendly, HTTP/WebSockets server. Automatically switching to HTTPS for Android native browsers, Microsoft IE9, and any other browsers that don’t use WebSockets.
Touchscreen users can use familiar finger gestures to easily swipe through presentations, scroll through documents and navigate between windows.
Desktop Duplication Support
Optimize remote session performance
Compatible with Chromebooks and other Chrome OS devices.
Optimize remote session performance.
Fullscreen support for Android.
Support for Microsoft® RemoteFX™
Enable an enhanced visual experience of the Windows desktop.
32/64-bit Windows editions
Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server can be deployed in all 32-bit/64-bit editions, from Windows XP to Windows 10.