RDP server for Cubit

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There are various ways in which users can access Cubit via remote desktop. The ways in which you connect will be dictated by your license type and are explained below;

Network License

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)

When using a network environment you can setup a client machine, that has the Cubit client installed on it and make it available for users to remote into. This machine will only be a client which prevents users remoting directly into a server.

 

Fig 1. Remote Desktop Connection Window.

If you have a network license this will be the only way in which there can be remote access to the program from outside of the network.

 

Terminal License

Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP)

Similar to the above solution with a network license, you can setup RDP to the terminal server where users will remote into it and launch the program from there.

Published Terminal Server Application/Remote App/VPN

With a terminal server, applications can be published out to users machines, which they would open as a regular program, in the background these applications are connecting to the terminal server. Users can be connected via Virtual Network Protocol (VPN) to open these programs as if they were still in the office.

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