RD WebAccess

Access your apps from anywhere.

Version 1.0.542.0  •   •   •  Changelog
Version 1.0.542.0  •   •   •  Changelog

Thincast RD WebAccess

Access your apps from anywhere.

Remote Desktop WebAccess (RD WebAccess) is an easy-to-use solution to allow authorized users remote access to their Windows apps and desktops on their device of choice through the internet. It provides each user with a customized view of all available resources. It even gives you control over your Thincast Workstation virtual machines by allowing you to start, pause and stop them remotely.



RD WebAccess supports Linux (Debian and Ubuntu) and Windows as operating system. Even virtualisation technologies like QEMU/KVM are supported.

14-day trial period

Try RD WebAccess within 14 days without registration.

Web application

Integrated web application accessible with your standard web browser.

Supported Clients

Access remote network resources with the client of your choice.

Access management

Fine-grained control to restrict external access.

Thincast Workstation Add-On

Control Thincast Workstation virtual machines from anywhere.

Digitally signed RDP files

Enables clients to recognize your organization as the source of the remote resources.


A variety of licenses to support every company size and project.

Platforms and Domain integration

Microsoft Windows with domain integration.

Open Standards

100% based on open industry standards for seamless integration into your existing infrastructure.




$ 999.00

excl. VAT.

$ 999.00

excl. VAT.

Unlimited User



$ 399.00

excl. VAT.

$ 399.00

excl. VAT.

25 Named User



$ 199.00

excl. VAT.

$ 199.00

excl. VAT.

10 Named User

    Thincast RD WebServices architecture

    Below is the configuration for deploying Thincast RD WebServices architecture to deliver Windows apps and desktops for end-users.

    Access your apps from anywhere.

    Windows • 28.05MB

    Download RD WebAccess for Windows. Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 or later is supported.

    Need help getting started?
    Installation instruction


    Download RD WebAccess for Linux. Initial support for Debian and Ubuntu (64-Bit) has been added with the V. 1.0.518!

    Need help getting started?
    Installation instruction for Linux

    Multi-platform client

    Using the Remote Desktop (RD) WebAccess Client you gain easy access to and control of published virtual machines, desktop sessions and applications.

    Need help getting started?
    Learn more about Thincast Client


    Operating systems:

    • Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
    • Windows Server 2008 R2 / 2012 / 2012 R2 / 2016 / 2019
    • Debian 10 (buster) / 11 (bullseye)
    • Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (Focal Foss) / 20.10 (Groovy Gorilla) / 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo)


    Thincast RD WebAccess supports 64 bit (x64) environments.

    Memory and storage

    The minimum memory required on the host system is 64 MB, but 128 MB and above is recommended. Thincast RD Webaccess needs at least 32 MB of available disk space for the application.


    All traffic between RD WebServices and the client is done using HTTPS SSL. the default server port for our service is 443. Sometimes it is necessary to change this, such as when you are already runing another service on this port (e.g ISS Webserver).


      How can I subscribe to a feed on my client device?

      Our Thincast Remote Desktop Client is available for Linux, macOS and Windows. On your client you simply need to install this application and subscribe to the user's application feed once. A detailed step-by-step guide can be found here.

      Is pricing for a perpetual license, or is it yearly?

      RD WebAccess licenses are one-time-payment and will never expire.

      How does the licensing work?

      How can I disable the whitelisting?

      For "Basic" and "Standard," the Named Users MUST be individually pre-selected and given access (maximum of 10 or 25). Whitelisting is mandatory here! With "Pro" this is optional, but you can still specify and whitelist users and groups for access.

      Is a RD Gateway license required?

      You can use RD WebAccess also without RD Gateway. This depends on your requirements, RD Gateway does add e.g. extended access control policies allow fine-grained control on the user level or protects your infrastructure against RDP brute-force or similar attacks since the RDP ports of the company servers are no longer exposed on the internet.

      Does it support running on Linux?

      Initial support for Linux 64-Bit has been added with Version 1.0.518 - Further information can be found in the documentation.

      How do you configure the software?

      After installing the software, open the RD WebServices Manager and connect to the machine where RD WebServices is running. The user account must be a member of the local Administrator group.

      For further information, please consult the user manual.

      How do I contact Thincast support?

      Should you experience any issues with Thincast RD WebAccess or have other support questions, please use our contact form.

      What is a TSRP?

      In certain cases, Thincast Support might request a TSRP (Thincast Support Request Package) from you to analyze your problem.
      In these cases please follow the instructions from our Thincast Support engineers.

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