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 programs.
This includes the Linux-based Raspbian OS to run local applications including programming environments (Scratch, Python, Java), office programs (Libre Office) and gaming (Minecraft).
The user also has the option to remotely connect to a host machine through vSpace Pro Client for Chrome.
Raspbian Desktop Mode access is fully provisioned by the Admin.
What is RX300 thin client?
RX300 is a cloud-ready, Wi-Fi enabled thin client for Windows and Linux, built on the latest Raspberry Pi 3 platform. Easy deployment and central management of the virtual desktop environment make the RX300 ideal in SMBs and education. The compact ...
How can I update firmware for RX-RDP, RX-RDP+, RX420(RDP) and LEAF OS devices?
Please refer to RX-RDP, RX-RDP+, RX420(RDP), RX300 and LEAF OS user configuration guide for additional details: https://support.ncomputing.com/portal/kb/articles/rx300-rx-rdp-user-configuration-guide The Support section of Setup GUI contains ...
How to configure router 'port forwarding rule' to remotely access my RDSH server in the office from home, with RX-RDP, RX420(RDP) or RX300 thin client?
Customers who deploy RDSH servers can access their user sessions remotely via the router port forwarding method. However, this approach can result in security vulnerabilities (port 3389 forwarding) and should be the last option if the customer does ...
What custom RDP parameters does the RX-RDP support?
Custom RDP parameter options are supported when an RX-RDP device is operating in RDP client mode. The 'Custom parameters' option can be used to specify additional parameters (command-line options) for the FreeRDP client used by the device for ...
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 ...