I have an L130, L230, X350, or X550 thin client - can I still use it?
"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 Pro
. This statement supersedes to any of the information below.
While these devices are no longer available for purchase and support for them has ended, we are providing a legacy registration service for those still wishing to use them while they transition to current technology. We encourage those customers still using legacy devices to plan on upgrading their deployments to current technology before January 1, 2020.
If you already have them up and running on a registered vSpace 6 or vSpace 8 server, these will continue to work. However, if your deployment changes in any way that requires a reinstallation of these legacy vSpace versions, you will need to follow the Legacy vSpace Registration Guidelines
and pay the $149 registration fee (per server) per incident. X550 devices that have exceeded their reinstallation limit of 5 times will also require a pay-per-incident service fee of $149. (No longer available after June 30th, 2020)
Please be aware that this service will not be provided indefinitely.
All registration services mentioned above will be unavailable after July 1, 2020.
Last Edited: June 29, 2020
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