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Overview
WinConnect is a software solution that enables Linux-based PCs and Thin Client devices (such as terminals, Internet/Information Appliances and PDAs) to connect to a Windows®server to run Windows®applications over a network or via the Internet. The low data transmission bandwidth required by WinConnect will even allow a remote connection over a dial-up or wireless connection to access data and run Windows®applications wherever the user may need it.

Software Benefits
Reduces enterprise TCO by providing an alternative to MS Windows® CE/NT. Further savings are realized by adding life to legacy systems and applications

Offers terminal manufacturers and network administrators a stable and secure embedded RDP solution for multi-OS computing environments

Remote connection means that you have access to your data and Windows applications wherever you need it

Central processing means that your data is safer, stored on a central server

Central processing means that your desktop computers are less expensive to purchase and less expensive to maintain
A Linux-based client means that you have the low cost and high reliability of Linux, combined with the Windows applications that you need
Recycling old computers as terminals means that you preserve the environment while saving money
  Software Features
Supports RDP 5.1 for connection to Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows NT 4 Terminal Server, Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP Server and Windows XP Professional

Runs under Linux on i86 and StrongARM processors. Additional processor support available on request. (Downloaded version supports i86 only. Please contact us for the StrongARM version.)

Supports local printing

Supports sound (XP host required)

Supports up to 24 bit color (XP host required)

Supports cut-and-paste between terminal sessions and between Linux and Windows applications

Supports local drive mapping so that Windows applications can access data on Linux drives, including floppy and CD drives

Easy-to-use interface provides menu-driven configuration.

Terminal servers can be selected from a list, or pre-configure server connections.

Terminals can be configured to automatically connect to a terminal server, concealing the complexity of a local menu.

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