Requirements: Dual Monitor Display License & Secondary Display Adapter Kit
User is given a complementary 6-month license to Dual
Monitor Display upon registration via vSpace Manager. Afterwards, the license
shifts to an annual subscription. -- Update: Dual Monitor Display is now included in vSpace Pro for free as of version 11.2. Earlier versions still require the annual license.
Annual License Price
The parts will include one (1) cable and one (1) Secondary
verify Dual Monitor Display valid license
Customer must have the following minimum vSpace Pro 10 and RX300
firmware versions for Dual Monitor Display:
From the host machine…
1. Open vSpace Manager à vSpace Servers to check the
Dual Monitor Display license is active.
2. Go to Premium Features and click ‘Allocate’ to
allocate to a specific vSpace Pro Server. If needed, purchase additional Dual
Monitor Display license(s) for other vSpace Pro Server(s), redeem from vSpace
Manager, and subsequently allocate to vSpace Pro Server(s).
3. Using the second
monitor, connect the VGA/DVI end to the NComputing adapter.
4. Take the XD end of the cable and connect to the
5. Connect the USB end of the cable to the back of
the RX300 device. (Now there should be only one
open port remaining on the RX300 as three are being used for the keyboard,
mouse, and Dual Monitor Display).
From the RX300…
6. Power on the RX300. Make sure you have a valid
Dual Monitor Display license. Go to Settings à Display. You can change the settings to your preference. For optimal setup, your primary monitor should be HDMI and the
secondary monitor should be VGA/DVI. The following message will appear at
the top confirming you a valid license:
settings will only work if you have purchased the necessary Dual Display
7. Click ‘APPLY’ and login to your vSpace Server to
begin your desktop session. You can drag applications between to the two
screens. Note vCAST Web and Media Streaming will only appear on the HDMI