Thincast RD WebAccess comes with an integrated web application to allow clientless access to the RDP connection files. Only an RDP client, like the Microsoft Client (mstsc.exe) or the Thincast Client, is needed to establish the RDP connection. By providing the web application sources, you can customize the web application and integrate it into an existing web infrastructure.
Thincast RD WebAccess implements the Microsoft specification and is compatible with any client that supports Microsoft WebAccess industry standard (MS-TSWP). Supported Clients include: Microsoft Windows client, Thincast Client, Microsoft Android client and many more.
To deliver a personalized view to each user, you can define which user/group has access to each configured resource.
Thincast Workstation Add-On
Thincast RD WebAccess allows you to manage your virtual infrastructure remotely. You can access, start and stop the virtual machines on your host that is running Thincast Workstation, from anywhere and access them, using any standard compliant RDP client.
RD WebAccess comes with a variety of licenses and plans for any company size and project. There are licences available for 10, 25 and unlimited concurrent users.
Platforms and Domain integration
RD WebAccess supports Microsoft Server and Microsoft Workstation operating systems. To integrate seamlessly into an existing Microsoft domain infrastructure, Thincast RD WebAccess offers a full Microsoft Active Directory integration.
Thincast RD WebAccess uses standardized protocols and technology. This means you can easily integrate or combine it with other software that conforms to these standards.
- Windows 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
- Windows Server 2008 R2 / 2012 / 2012 R2 / 2016 / 2019
ArchitectureThincast RD WebAccess supports x86 and 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.
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.
Should you experience any issues with Thincast Workstation or have other support questions, please use our contact form.
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.