I have an L100, L110, L120, U170 or X300 thin client - can I still use it?
These NComputing devices were introduced prior to 2010 and are end-of-life.
There is no support, software or registration available for these devices.
We recommend not purchasing these second-hand these will not work.
Last Edited: June 29, 2020
I have an L130, L230, X350, or X550 thin client - can I still use it?
This information is a statement of a permanenet change of status. Please upgrade to our latest platform vSpace Pro and current compatible devices. Legacy L130, L230 units are end-of life and cannot be used with vSpace Pro. If your current version ...
NComputing Deployment Checklist for L, M, MX, RX Series thin clients and Client Pro
Summary This document is intended to provide a detailed overview of the three stages of an L-series, M-series, and vSpace Client deployment: • Pre-deployment • Host Deployment • NComputing Product Installation. Below you'll find a consolidated list ...
What is the difference between Thin Client Mode and Raspbian Desktop Mode? How can I access the Raspbian OS?
Users create virtual sessions by connecting over LAN or Wi-Fi in Thin Client Mode to host machines with Windows or Linux OS running vSpace Pro. If the RX300 is switched to Raspbian Desktop Mode, users can access the Raspbian OS and its available ...
vSpace Client user manual
vSpace Client is a retired product. "Classic Versions" like vSpace 6 have no more support and will be permanently discontinued after June 30th, 2020 and will no longer be able to be registered. Please upgrade promptly to our latest platform vSpace ...
Update L Series Firmware in vSpace Pro
Update via vSpace console Make sure your L300 devices and at least one vSpace host are on the same ethernet subnet. Out of LAN updates could only be possible if proper configurations to the network have happen to accommodate UDP protocols to pass ...