SafeDesk Enterprise 3.0 Release Brings Windows Virtualization and Multi-media to Thin-Client

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SafeDesk Enterprise 3.0 provides unprecendented functionality bundle for the thin-client and streaming desktop marketplace. Window's Virtualization, Multimedia, Peripheral support and the ability to auto-detect client hardware drivers highlight SafeDesk Enterprise 3.0.

SafeDesk Enterprise 3.0 now provides extensive support for customers who want the benefits of Linux but still need full Microsoft application compatibility. Besides requiring no special Linux knowledge, SafeDesk Enterprise 3.0 is loaded with other features including:

-The ability to extend the life of existing hardware/software by utilizing a server-based computing environment to power local clients.

-Terminal Services functionality for network booting without

the burden of multiple layers of licensing

-Whether your favorite Linux distribution is Redhat, SuSE, or Debian etc., you can serve out the desktop image of your choice...or serve a virtual Microsoft WindowsTM session, and the user won't even know they're on Linux!.In some cases, clients can deploy on a Window's 2003 ServerTM.

-Complete, customized images for clients (similiar to what Norton GhostTM does in a desktop model), but CENTRALIZED...i.e., you only have to do it once, from one location

-"Reboot to Restore" technology - no user can change any critical settings...the virtual desktop is locked down and refreshed upon reboot

-Graphical system management modules that allow:

Simple management and configuration of the client configuration files

-Simple management of the hardware that is part of the LTSP client network

-Specifying which clients get PXE boot, which get streaming desktops, etc.

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