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Turn any Windows system into a full-blown Terminal Server!
XP/VS Server is a cost effective multi-user Remote Desktop access solution for Windows using the standard Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).
Installing XP/VS Server allows an unlimited number of users to remotely access all their Windows Desktops and Applications simultaneously.
Because compatible Remote Desktop Connection client software is already preinstalled on most devices and operating systems, seamless integration into existing networks without any hardware or software changes is assured.
XP/VS Server is suitable for small and medium enterprises and offers premium support services.
Please see the following screen-shot for details:
Cost savings in your IT infrastructure
Deployment of Thinstuff´s XP/VS Terminal Server enables cost savings in licensing, hardware, service and support:
- A big cost saving potential in licensing because XP/VS Server is very cost effective compared to most other Server Based Computing (SBC) solutions and even more cost effective compared with traditional client/server installations
- A big cost saving potential on hardware because you can use cost effective Thin Clients instead of full Windows PCs on the client side
- A big cost saving potential in service and support because you can centralise application and user management on the server side instead of maintaining many individual client PCs
The following table shows the basic features of the 3 different XP/VS versions
XP/VS Server versions:
Features Version 1.x
Mirroring of Remote Desktop sessions for support purposes
|Starting single applications instead of a full Windows Desktop in Remote Desktop sessions (not seamless)|
|Access to server devices and resources in Remote Desktop sessions|
|Following client devices and resources can be used inside of Remote Desktop sessions: printers, clipboard, smart cards, ports (COM, LPT), drives*|
|Remote audio from server to client in Remote Desktop sessions (audio downstream)*|
|Audio recording from client to server in Remote Desktop sessions (audio upstream)**|
|Windows Media Player redirection from server to client in Remote Desktop sessions**|
|TS Easy Print (Client side printer driver support)|
With TS Easy Print no printer drivers have to be installed on the server**
|TS RemoteApp (Seamless Windows):|
Same as TSX RemoteApp but does not work if XP/VS Server is installed on Windows XP, Vista or Server 2003
|True Multimonitor support Applications behave in RDP sessions spanning over multiple monitors the same as locally (maximize over just 1 monitor etc.)**|
|Aero Glass Remoting|
Support of 3D effects and transparency over RDP (not on Windows 7 Starter and Home Basic – only works on certain operating systems.
Aero Glass Remoting FAQ entry http://www.thinstuff.com/faq/index.php?solution_id=1060)
|Enhanced Application Compatibility|
Compatibility mode for legacy applications which are not Terminal Server capable
|Domain authentication of Remote Desktop users|
(The XP/VS Server system must be member of a Windows Server Domain – does not work on Windows Home Editions)
* not supported if XP/VS Server is installed on Vista Home operating systems
** only works if XP/VS Server is installed on Windows 7 or Server 2008 R2
The following table shows the optional features of the 3 different XP/VS versions per 07/12/2010
XP/VS Server versions:
|TSXRemoteApp (Seamless Windows)|
Allows publishing of single applications seamlessly instead of publishing a complete desktop session. Applications published with TSX RemoteApp appear on the client desktop as if they were local
Works on all operating systems including Windows XP, Vista and Server 2003
(requires TSX Remote Desktop Connection client on the client system)
|TSXSession Broker (Load Balancing)|
Based on server load values incoming RDP sessions are automatically assigned to individual servers in multiple server environments
(The XP/VS Server system must be member of a Windows Server Domain – does not work on Windows Home editions, Windows 8/ Windows Server 2012 (R2))
Allows you to use all client attached USB devices in your Remote Desktop session as if they were directly attached to the local USB port of the server. This is useful for e.g. USB flatbed scanners, MFC devices (printer, scanner, fax), handhelds, mobile phones, webcams etc.
Supported server operating systems:
The following table shows the supported operating systems
XP/VS Server Versions:
Supported Server Operating Systems
All versions including XP Home
All versions including Vista Home Basic and Home Premium
|Windows 7, 8,8.1|
All versions including Windows 7 Starter, Home Basic and Home Premium / Windows 8/8.1 Standard, Professional and Enterprise
|Windows Server 2003/2008/2008 R2/2012/2012 R2|
All versions including Small Business Server (also 2011), Web Server and Foundation Server (without the Terminal Services / Remote Desktop Services Role), Windows Server 2012 (R2) – all versions, also Essentials and Foundation
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On Server Side
Install XPVS Server
You can download latest version from here: http://www.thinstuff.com/releases/ThinstuffXPVSServer-latest.zip
After successful installation of XP/VS Server you have to reboot your PC.
The installation package includes 14-days trial license to evaluate our software if it suits to your requirement.
Or you activate the purchased license (step-by-step guide in our FAQ: Activate XPVS Server)
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Allow users remote access
(Note !!! No available in Windows Home edtiion)
Click 'Computer' ('This PC') - right click 'Properties' - and click 'Remote settings'
Add those users to remote user group who are allowed to login remotely !
Further information you will find in our FAQ: XP/VS Server Manual
If you use a Windows Server Operating System:
Running a server operating system only Administrator is allowed for remote access.
You have to give this permission to Remote Desktop User Group as well - in according GPO setting.
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Open Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc) and move to:
Computer Configuration/ Windows Settings/ Security Settings/ Local Policies/ User Rights Assignment/
In the right pane you will find setting: '
'Allow log on through Remote Desktop Services'
-> Add 'Remote Desktop Users'
IP-Address if your XPVS Server
To connect to the Terminal Server you will need its IP-address.
If you connect within the LAN/ WLAN you will need the 'internal IP-address'
--> Click 'Start - Run - Enter: cmd.exe to start the Command Prompt.
Enter command: ipconfig --> the internat IP-address will be shown.
If you connect form outside you will need the 'external IP-address'
This address will be displayed here: http://www.myipaddress.com/show-my-ip-address/
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On Client Side
Terminal Server Vs Server
You need a RDP Client, which is already pre-installed in Windows operating system
--> Start - All Programs - Accessories - 'Remote Desktop Connection' (mstsc.exe)
Enter IP-address (='Computer') and connect.
Enter your user credential to log-in remotely