Portable Client Generator


TSplus creates by default an icon for the Portable Client Generator:

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It can also be accessed on the Server's tile of the AdminTool:

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It enables you to create 3 types of connection clients which can be copied to the users' Desktop or onto a USB stick for portable use.
The Portable Client Generator program also allows you to change the icon and the connection client program name.

Click on a tab to go to the corresponding information:

Portable Client Generator

Main window - General Settings

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- Server Address: Enter the IP address of the server you would like the client to connect to.


Terminal Service Plus Seamless vs Microsoft RemoteApp

Microsoft RemoteApp is a Microsoft feature which requires Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate, Windows 8 Enterprise or Windows Server 2008 to Server 2016.

All users PCs must have at least a RDP6 client. Unlike the Seamless client, the RemoteApp connection client does not depend on the transparency color settings.
You can change the RemoteApp client display and Printing preferences on the Web tab of the Admintool. Minimized applications can be directly found inside the Windows taskbar, like local applications.

Terminal Service Plus Seamless delivers a similar user experience and is available on any Windows host system.

Based on one transparency color selected by the Administrator, the Microsoft Remote Desktop is not displayed anymore and the user will just see his published applications.

The Seamless color can be modified and must be the same when using the AdminTool and the Portable Client Generator.

More information on these types of clients can be found here.

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On this tab, you can change the color and the session screen resolution.
You can also adapt your session for dual-screens, with or without span. The span option allows you to stretch your session across both screens. You can allow the use of the TAB key in the session.

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Remote Desktop Client features

On this tab, you can choose which resolution you want to enable for the user:

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You can check the boxes to enable smart-sizing of the Remote Desktop, and if you want the Remote Desktop not to hide or overlap the local taskbar.

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Local Resources

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The local resources tab gathers all the devices that you may redirect in your remote session.
Printers correspond to LPT ports, and COM Ports correspond to Serial Ports.

Below, you can choose your option for printing, with the universal printer:

If you do not have a PDF Reader installed on your machine, we recommend the use of Foxit Reader.

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You can set a startup application via the Portable Client Generator, however, we recommend you to use the AdminTool to assign the desired applications.

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TSplus offers two extra layers of physical security to keep your users' connections safe.
The connection can be locked to the ID of a USB key, Locked to a computer name, or you can use both layers of security simultaneously. If locked to a USB key, the user can initiate a connection from any qualifying windows computer by inserting the USB key and using the connection program placed there by the administrator. If locked to a computer name, the user can only successfully connect from the computer whose name has been registered with the server for that user's portable client connection. If both security options are used, the user is limited to connecting from their specific device and only if the correct pre-configured USB key is in place.
In order to lock a connection client onto a USB key you can do so by copying the client generator located in : C:\Program Files (x86)\TSplus\Clients\WindowsClient
Now double click on the client generator and check the lock on serial number box located on the security tab. Once it is done, you can delete the client generator from the USB key.
The generated connection client is now locked on your USB key. You can delete the client generator that you copied on the USB key afterwards.

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Gateway Portal

You can also enable the Load Balancing to connect to one server of your farm.
Do not check the "Use Gateway" box if you did not activate the Load-Balancing feature on your server.
You will need to enter the gateway Web Portal port, which should be the same as the default web port used on all the servers of your farm.

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See the video tutorial to generate a Connection Client.

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