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Thinfinity Remote Desktop 5
About This Document
What's new in 5.0
Upgrade from 4.0
Getting Started Section
Installing Thinfinity® Remote Desktop
Using Thinfinity® Remote Desktop for the First Time
Customizing Thinfinity® Remote Desktop
Supported RDP Shortcut Keys
Advanced Settings Section
Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Manager
RDP Profile Editor
Web Link Profile Editor
RD Web Access Editor
VNC / RFB Profile Editor
Telnet / SSH Profile Editor
External DLL Authentication Method Settings
Duo Authentication Method Settings
SAML Authentication Method Settings
Customizing the Toolbar
Enhanced Browser and DPI Support
Silent Install Options
Mobile Devices Section
Getting into Thinfinity® Remote Desktop
Keyboards and Toolbars
Disconnecting from Thinfinity® Remote Desktop
Scaling and Load Balancing Section
Scaling & Load Balancing
Scaling and Load Balancing Configurations
Configuring a Load Balancing Scenario
How to configure your license
Integrating Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Section
Integrating Thinfinity® Remote Desktop
Single Sign On
Customizing the Web Interface
Web Services API
User guide Section
Advanced Web Features
Accessing from Mobile Devices
In the Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server profiles editor "Advanced" tab will find the following options:
Uncheck this option to connect to Unix computers through xRDP.
Choose the keyboard layout for the remote computer.
Connect to console session
Check this option to connect to the console session. This require confirmation from the logged on user and log out the current session.
Disable NLA login
Check this to skip NLA as the default login and have the authentication done by an alternative method.
Check this option to enable the compression for the exchanged Websocket data and have the application performance improved.
It only works in browsers which have the websockets compression implemented and enabled.
Record Remote Desktop Session
Enable to record the remote desktop session when connecting to this profile. Read more about the
Drag to relative mouse movement
The relative mouse movement is a mouse behaviour encountered in touch screen mobile devices, in which the screen cursor moves relatively to the touch when dragging.
Uncheck this option to have a mouse behaviour similar to the real desktop mouse in which the cursor will be always positioned under the touch.
Touch to hold delay
Specify time in miliseconds that you need to hold a touch until you can drag.
Minimum drag distance
Specify maximum distance in pixels that you can move the finger and have it be considered a touch instead of a drag movement.