On the Server:
On the Client:
For more detailed prerequisites please see the documentation
Starting with Remote Access Version 15, the Administration console has changed its look. A Lite Mode and an Expert Mode have been introduced. Administrators can toggle between the two interface styles by clicking the button in the upper-right corner of the Admin Console.
The trial version of Remote Access is the fully-featured Enterprise Edition. It is licensed for up to 5 concurrent users for a period of 15 days.
Installing TSplus Remote Access is an easy process. Just download it from our web site, run the Setup-TSplus.exe program.
Files are decompressed and copied into:
Once the installation is complete the installer will ask you to reboot.
After the reboot, you will see 2 new icons on your Desktop:
See the documentation for full installation instructions.
After the reboot, the Remote Access Server is almost ready to go. Now we'll create users. Open the AdminTool to get started. Then go to the System Tools tab and click on "Users and Groups". This will take you to the Local Users and Groups window:
Each user must have a User Name AND a Password.
When creating users, be aware of the box labeled "User must change password at next logon". If you don't want your users to change their password during the first login, uncheck this box and check the "Password never expires" or "User cannot change password".
Remote Access is compatible with Windows Remote Desktop Protocol. Any user can connect locally or remotely with a standard Remote Desktop Connection client (mstsc.exe) or any RDP compatible client. To fully benefit from the advanced features in Remote Access (Seamless client, RemoteApp, Universal Printer…) you can use a generated client or the Remote Access Web Portal.
Remote Access is a very flexible solution and offers multiple ways to open a session:
These clients give the user the following experience:
With Remote Desktop Connection (mstsc.exe)
This is a unique TSplus solution, it empowers local and remote users to connect using one single dedicated program.
It includes the connection program, the Universal Printing advanced feature, portability with high level of security while keeping it very simple for the users.
For more information about using the TSplus Client Generator, see this documentation
Remote applications will look and behave like a local application.
Instead of a classic Remote Desktop window, you will be free to switch between your local and remote applications without having to minimize a Remote Desktop window.
If your Remote Access host does not support Microsoft RemoteApp (for operating systems older than Windows 7 or Server 2008, and that you don't have RDP6), you can use the TSplus Seamless client as an alternative. For more information about these clients, see this documentation.
To access your Remote Access server from outside of your local network, you will have to create a port forwarding or port redirection rule of 3389/80/443 ports depending on your preferred connection method. You can change the RDP port in the Home tab:
The 80/443 ports can be changed in the Web Server tab:
In the Remote Access AdminTool you can assign application to users or groups.
Now available in Lite Mode from the home tab.
Or go to Expert Mode > Apps tab to add, edit, delete, and assign apps.
In this example, the administrator has decided that the user 'John' will get the TSplus Taskbar. See this documentation for more information.
Thank you for using TSplus Remote Access!