"Provision Networks is a key member of the Windows Terminal
Services ecosystem delivering value-added solutions for adoption of the platform in the mid-market."
Remote connection to Windows Terminal
Server is supported.
One of the major improvements in FAXport v7.0 is seamless support for Citrix Metaframe and Windows Terminal
Server for even greater flexibility and faxing power.
Interix, originally known under the name OpenNT, can run Unix applications on NT either from the console, from an X-Window or serial terminal, from Windows clients, Windows Terminal
Server, or via remote Telnet.
GraphOn is also unifying its server component so that a single Universal X Server operates with all the latest versions of GraphOn's GO-Global (Windows), GO-Joe(tm) (Java) and GO-Between(tm) (Windows Terminal
Server/multi-user NT) clients.
Nterprise installed over any flavor of Windows NT, including the Alpha-optimized version, achieving multi-user capability for Windows NT and providing X11 protocols to serve an X Windows terminal
as a thin client.
Microsoft has licensed the technology for Windows NT Server 4.0 and will be releasing it as Windows Terminal
Server in June this year.
Additionally, by connecting to 2X Software's flagship product, 2X ApplicationServer XG http://www.2x.com/applicationserver/, the 2X Client for RDP/Remote Desktop seamlessly runs published Windows applications and desktops from Windows Terminal
Server and all major VDI Hypervisors including Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware and Citrix Xen.
The 2X product range includes the 2X Application Server for Windows Terminal
Services for the publishing of applications, the 2X LoadBalancer for Windows Terminal
Services and Citrix-Server and the 2X ThinClientServer for Windows and Linux.
In addition, all products in the suite support Windows Terminal
Server Edition and Citrix Presentation Server.
Fujitsu Siemens Computers (FSC) have added the visionapp Platform Management Suite 2005 standard (VPMS 2005s), whose development is based on newly evolved modular NET-based architecture, and facilitates administration and operation of small to medium-sized Windows Terminal
It supports most client platforms, including standard Internet browsers, internal HTTP and Windows Terminal
Server, and access from a variety of devices such as laptops and PDAs.