Terminal Service Plus is the fast, simple and affordable solution that eliminates the complexity of other alternatives such as Windows Terminal Services (WTS) or Citrix Presentation Server. With Terminal Service Plus, your Windows applications reside on a secure central server. Terminal Service Plus on XP and VISTA enable Multi-sessions, Load Balancing, Universal Printer, Seamless Remote Application, Application Control and more without 2003 or Citrix requierement! In fact, it is the very best Citrix / TSE alternative you can download from the web. The application appears on their desktop just as though it were running locally. And thanks to our high-performance seamless RDP client, Terminal service Plus provides fast, efficient access, even over high latency dial-up lines and Internet connections.Terminal Service Plus is completely transparent to your users. Remote applications look and feel exactly the same as natively running applications. So you save time and retraining costs. And as an ISV or an enterprise, you can private label the solution to promote your own branding. Software OEM version are also available for customized solutions.Deploying and maintaining traditional distributed applications can be costly and time-consuming. Terminal Service Plus is the simple solution with easy user administration. And unlike our competitor’s per seat licensing, Terminal Service Plus is offered on a concurrent licensing basis on XP or VISTA. This saves money and eliminates the need to dedicate scarce IT resources to managing seats. Terminal Service Plus maximizes the value of your current Windows applications and the net result is faster ROI.
Terminal Service Plus is a Demo software in the category Internet developed by Travel-Clip.
The latest version of Terminal Service Plus is 11.40, released on 08/11/2018. It was initially added to our database on 05/14/2008.
Terminal Service Plus runs on the following operating systems: Windows. The download file has a size of 30.5MB.
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