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Portcullis Systems Unified Access Gateway Listing updated: April 7, 2011

The Portcullis Systems Unified Access Gateway is a flexible, powerful platform that gives mobile workers, partners and customers secure, complete access to almost any application -- without the headaches of creating and maintaining VPN connections.

The Portcullis Systems Unified Access Gateway leverages the full power of Microsoft’s UAG to provide secure access to almost any resource within the enterprise – and allows you to change, limit or forbid access to specific resources based on the location, device or security level of the remote user. Configuration is not only simple, it provides far tighter security and increased flexibility when compared to SSL-VPNs. SSL- VPNs create an encrypted tunnel through your firewall without letting you see what travels through.
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SnapHunter 0.5.3 Listing updated: March 1, 2010

SnapHunter is an ESX 3 Service Console utility which reports back on the VMware VM Snapshot status from multiple ESX Servers.

Features include: Identifying virtual machines containing snapshots; showing size, date and name of snapshot, Optionally committing snapshots and Email reporting and scheduling.
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vOptimizer WasteFinder Listing updated: March 1, 2010

vOptimizer WasteFinder is powerful freeware product that scans through VMware vCenter Servers (formerly Virtual Center) to locate over allocated virtual storage and misaligned Virtual Machines (VMs). The vOptimizer WasteFinder Space and Alignment Report provides totals of wasted storage and also a potential savings estimate if the space is reclaimed.

vOptimizer WasteFinder also locates all VMs that not properly aligned on 64K partition boundaries. Optionally, vOptimizer Pro from Vizioncore can be purchased to quickly and easily reclaim wasted virtual storage and to align VMs to proper 64K partition boundaries.
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UniPrint Gateway Edition Listing updated: July 17, 2009

UniPrint Gateway Edition is the total printing solution for Citrix (XenApp, Presentation, and MetaFrame)/Terminal Server environments. It is a Portable Document Format (PDF)-based universal printer driver technology that empowers enterprise networks to provide easy access, consistently fast printing and secure delivery to users across platforms, offices, and countries.

UniPrint Gateway Edition supports thin and fat, local and remote clients connecting to Citrix/Terminal Servers, enables easy access, fast printing, and secure delivery, solves all printer driver incompatibility issues with one universal printer driver, enhances server stability, converts print data to PDF files, saving up to 90% bandwidth consumption, allows remote deployment and centralized management across the network, enables “clientless” printing to networked and locally-attached printers and provides end-to-end print data protection.
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Terminal/Remote Desktop Services Printing Tips Listing updated: July 17, 2009

The UniPrint PDF-based universal printer driver replaces all manufacturer printer drivers, enabling easy remote desktop access, and consistently fast printing. Thin-client and fat-client users, using Windows or MAC, can print to network, multiple function and personal printers. Printing in the office, from home, any branch/remote site, or across continents is seamless to the user. Administrators can remotely deploy and centrally manage printers using Active Directory group policies. UniPrint also compresses print jobs to PDF files, thereby optimizing bandwidth availability.

Two versions are available: UniPrint Gateway Terminal Server Edition supporting Microsoft Terminal Services, and UniPrint Gateway Edition supporting Citrix (XenApp, Presentation and MetaFrame) Servers.
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AppliDis SLB Listing updated: July 5, 2006

The AppliDis SLB device aims to provide all-round load balancing using the Terminal Server environment. AppliDis SLB relies on the following criteria for optimum performance: Understanding of user behaviour, Server performance, Network performance.

AppliDis SLB allows you to manage the following details from different interface pages: Manage administration servers and the virtual IP address; Manage application servers; Display the availability of application servers; Manage Gateway servers; Manage internal databases to the product; Manage the weighting of load balancing criteria; Manage the AppliDis software license
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2X VirtualDesktopServer Listing updated: December 17, 2010

2X VirtualDesktopServer helps companies experience the full benefits of desktop and application virtualization by improving desktop manageability, security, accessibility and performance.
Lower your overall operating costs by delivering secure, centrally-managed access to virtual desktops (VDI) and applications hosted on Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware vSphere, ESX, and ESXi, Parallels Virtuozzo Containers, Citrix XenServer, Sun VirtualBox, Windows Remote Desktop Services/Windows Terminal Services and other leading virtualization platforms. To see a list of approved platforms, please visit our site.

New 2X Client Transforms Apple's iPad and iPhone into Powerful Tools for Business
Businesses of all sizes can now use the 2X Client for iOS with their iPad and iPhone mobile devices to access their enterprise applications remotely from any location.
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AutoIT Listing updated: September 14, 2005

AutoIt v3 is a freeware BASIC-like scripting language designed for automating the Windows GUI and general scripting. It uses a combination of simulated keystrokes, mouse movement and window/control manipulation in order to automate tasks in a way not possible or reliable with other languages (e.g. VBScript and SendKeys). AutoIt is also small, self-contained and will run on 95, 98, ME, NT4, 2000, XP, 2003.

AutoIt can: Provide a general-purpose scripting language for all Windows versions; Simulate keystrokes (supports most keyboard layouts); Simulate mouse movements and clicks; Move, resize and manipulate windows; Interact directly with "controls" on a window (set/get text from edit controls, check boxes and radio buttons, select items in drop-down lists, etc.); Create user interfaces (GUIs); Work with the clipboard to cut/paste text items; Provide a scriptable RunAs function for Windows 2000/XP/2003
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2X SecureRDP for Windows Terminal Services Listing updated: October 28, 2005

2X SecureRDP for Windows Terminal Services increases the security of your terminal servers by accepting or denying incoming RDP connections by IP, Mac address, computer name, client version or based on time of day. This way the logon screen will only be displayed if the connection is established from particular IPs or from particular machines. Computers that do not meet the filter restrictions don't get to see the logon screen and won't get to try a brute force logon! 2X SecureRDP for Windows Terminal Services is a tool to secure remote windows web servers which you are managing via Terminal services - Remote administration.

2X SecureRDP for Windows Terminal Services works with Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 Terminal Services and does not require a client component. Servers running either in Remote Administration or Application Server mode are supported.
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2X LoadBalancer for Terminal Services / Citrix Listing updated: September 27, 2007

Since Microsoft Terminal Services Servers support many users, it's important to ensure that each Terminal Server is fully redundant and that the load is distributed between servers ensuring optimal service quality for users. 2X LoadBalancer for Terminal Services / Citrix allows you to load balance RDP/ICA sessions between Terminal Servers and provide fault tolerance. In addition, if you are allowing users to login from the internet, you can hide the backend terminal services from the internet and just expose one single gateway machine - thereby increasing security of your Terminal Servers.

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