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Anyone running Advanced HTML5? If so, why?

woodyak
Occasional Contributor

Anyone running Advanced HTML5? If so, why?

We used to run free PCS HTML5 but we found it to be flakey and unpredictable at best. We turned it off when it maxed out the CPUs on our PSA7K Cluster and shut everything down. Supposedly, that's fixed now, but the bosses are too scared to let me turn it back on Smiley Happy Anybody running Advanced HTML5? If so, are there any improvements? The marketing materials aren't sucking me in.

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zanyterp
Moderator

Re: Anyone running Advanced HTML5? If so, why?

from a product perspective, some benefits are: it is not expected to crash your system (the same load as the basic/legacy HTML5 RDP access shows much better utilization of CPU & memory in our lab), full multi-monitor support, and VNC bookmarks.
freed96
Contributor

Re: Anyone running Advanced HTML5? If so, why?

So we have to pay extra in order to " not expect it to crash"

zanyterp
Moderator

Re: Anyone running Advanced HTML5? If so, why?

for the additional functionality with multiple monitors and vnc access, yes
apologies on the wording tied to the efficiency of the HTML5 engine with the advanced option; that was a poor choice of words. unfortunately, if you do not have users with multiple monitors or needing vnc access, yes.
if you only have a handful of users that utilize HTML5 bookmarks, do not need multiple monitors, or do not need vnc, using the legacy/basic HTML5 option is probably the best
i will defer to others to comment on benefits; apologies