presentation services protocol


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presentation services protocol

A thin client protocol that provides the format for keyboard and mouse input from the client to the server and screen output from the server to the client. Examples are ICA, RDP and T.share. See thin client.
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ICA is a Citrix-developed distributed presentation services protocol for Windows that provides the foundation for turning any client device - thin or fat - into the ultimate thin client by ensuring applications execute 100% on the server.
As the first general-purpose presentation services protocol for Windows, ICA is being broadly adopted by industry leading vendors -- including Microsoft Corporation, Wyse Technology, Tektronix, Insignia Solutions, and NCD -- for inclusion in new hardware and software products.
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