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Centralize The Management Of Your Windows And Unix Applications

Give Remote Users Secure Access to Productivity Applications Running on Windows, UNIX and Linux Servers

For many years, organizations have used OpenText Exceed products to provide remote access to enterprise applications hosted on UNIX and Linux servers. Now you can provide the same remote access to applications running on Microsoft Windows servers.

Designed for a mixed hosting environment with applications on both UNIX and Windows servers, Exceed TurboX enables IT to oversee and manage user access to applications and desktops across multiple platforms. At the same time, ETX supports a variety of client devices and platforms, including Windows, Linux, Mac OS X, and iOS. Capabilities include:

  • Support for BYOD environments – ETX allows Mac, PC, Linux, or iPad users to seamlessly launch remote Windows and UNIX desktops and applications
  • Single sign-on and LDAP integration – Through support for Kerberos and GSSAPI, ETX client grants all users transparent access to remote resources without re-authentication
  • Zero client installation – ETX automates the client installation on all platforms to eliminate the need for IT to deploy client software and updates
  • Ability to resume, suspend, and terminate sessions on both Windows and UNIX hosts
  • Load balancing and resource reporting provides optimal utilization of computing resources, with the best possible remote performance
  • Logging and reporting on the events related to the Windows host or Windows connection node
  • Additional features such as session sharing, session preview, user-based access controls, configurable session profiles, file transfer, and more


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