cancel
Showing results for 
Search instead for 
Did you mean: 

Is any one here using HTML 5 RDP client? If you are what vendor are you using and any pain points?

Super Contributor

Is any one here using HTML 5 RDP client? If you are what vendor are you using and any pain points?

Like the title says i am looking to gather some information. I looked at the 7.4 Whats new and it lists www.ericom.com as one of the clients. Is any one using that? is there an alternative?

5 REPLIES 5
Occasional Contributor

Re: Is any one here using HTML 5 RDP client? If you are what vendor are you using and any pain points?

Hi,

i use ThinRDP which works really nice. It also has some gadgets like printing via pdf download...

 

 

Not applicable

Re: Is any one here using HTML 5 RDP client? If you are what vendor are you using and any pain points?

I would like to point out that Ericom's AccessNow HTML5 RDP solution also supports printing via PDF, along with other interesting features.

This video shows how to configure AccessNow to work with Juniper 7.4:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxTw10U3SzI

Please note that I work for Ericom

Highlighted
Frequent Contributor

Re: Is any one here using HTML 5 RDP client? If you are what vendor are you using and any pain points?

Both solutions appear to need another server to host the RDP sessions.  Are there any solutions that could be hosted entirely on the SA / MAG - like the Java solutions?

Respected Contributor

Re: Is any one here using HTML 5 RDP client? If you are what vendor are you using and any pain points?

The HTLM5 support requires that another server host the connectivity at this time; there is no option to load any components onto the SA/MAG that will run it all locally.

Not applicable

Re: Is any one here using HTML 5 RDP client? If you are what vendor are you using and any pain points?

Can you load the html5 client on a MAG4610? If so, what are the licensing costs?