Reducess the overall
server-side CPU usage when users watch web videos like YouTube or local
media content without the need for expensive GPUs. This results in higher
quality media streaming using the network bandwidth without CPU
bottlenecks and allows increased number of concurrent users.
vCAST Web Streaming:
supported on RX300, vSpace Pro Client for Windows and Chrome, available on
Chrome browser. Support Youtube web videos and embedded Youtube web
vCAST Media Streaming:
supported on RX300 and vSpace Pro Client for Windows. Support client-side
rendering of VLC player (up to version 2.2.6) and Windows Media Player.
Note: Windows Media Player client side redirection is not supported
on Windows Server 2016 and Windows and server side rendering will be used.
vCAST MOJO Streaming:
supported on L/M/MX-series thin client. The admin first needs
to transcode local video content into MOJO format.
vCAST is available with an
active AMP subscription for vSpace Pro 11
vSpace Health Monitoring:
Allows administrators to
monitor server health, CPU usage, memory usage, disk usage, Network IO
usage, and number of connected session usage. When the CPU usage exceeds a
certain threshold, an alert notification is sent to the IT administrator
to make real-time decisions including remotely resetting the vSpace server(s).
Access vSpace health Monitor
dashboard in your NComputing Management Portal.
vSpace Health Monitoring is
available with an active AMP subscription for vSpace Pro 11
Broadcasting provides screen
sharing functionality, allowing one screen to be broadcast to others. This
allows an instructor to broadcast their screen, or a students screen, to
everyone else. Great for presentations, sharing local or web videos, or
highlighting other content within a group.
Currently broadcasting is
supported among the same device types (e.g. A L-series thin client can
broadcast to any L-series thin client, M300 can broadcast only to M300
thin clients, MX100 can broadcast only to MX100 thin clients). We will
soon add RX300 and vSpace Pro client for Windows broadcast support.
We recommend all access point
devices to have the same display resolution if broadcasting is to be used
for best compatibility.
Broadcasting feature can be accessed from vSpace Console. Click on Manage
Servers icon -> select your vSpace Pro 11 server -> click on
'sessions' -> click on 'multiview' at the top menu. Then select the
user session you would like to broadcast from (sender), and click on
'broadcast' icon at the top menu to broadcast to the rest of the connected
access devices (recipients).
Broadcasting is available
with an active AMP subscription for vSpace Pro 11
Enhanced Smart Card Reader Support:
If your organization requires
smart cards for single sign-on, access control or other security-related
measures, vSpace Pro 11 supports up to 10 connected CCID-compliant smart
card readers per vSpace Server. AMP for vSpace Pro unlocks extended smart
card support, removing the 10 reader limit.
The enhanced smart card
reader support is available on RX300 thin client and vSpace Pro client for
Windows, with an active AMP subscription for vSpace Pro 11.
please find the instruction for vSpace Pro Client instructions (on vSpace
Console side) to setup enhanced smart card reader configuration. We can
also include RX300 configuration as well (need to modify step 5 to create
a custom RX300 performance profile). Also unlike vSpace Pro Client, RX300
only support CCID compliant USB smart card readers as we have embedded
CCID driver in the RX300 firmware.
· · Access to smart card feature in vSpace Pro Client:
§ You must have an active Annual Maintenance Program (AMP) for
vSpace Pro 11.
§ You must have corresponding smart card reader driver on the
client computer where the vSpace Pro client is installed.
o Steps to enable smart card reader support:
1. In vSpace Console, go to “Manage Servers”,
2. Then select your vSpace Pro 11 server and select the “Settings’
3. From the “Settings” menu, click on “Performance Profiles” and
select the “Manage Custom Profile” tab at the top
4. From this tab, click on “+” icon to add a new device Performance
Profile and you will see a pop-up window,
5. From the pop-up window, enter the new profile name for the
vSpace Pro Client (any name that makes sense to you), and in the copy from
parameter, select “RX-series and Software Client on a high-speed network”.
Click “ADD” to complete the process,
6. Then select the custom profile you just created, scroll down to
“Enable Smart Cards” parameter and choose “Yes” to enable this feature. Click
on “Apply” to finish the process. See screenshot below.
Are there any tutorial videos?