Aqua Connect Terminal Server supports Leopard

Peter Cohen, Macworld
28 September, 2008
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Aqua Connect has announced the release of its Terminal Server 3.0 software for Mac OS X.

Terminal Server—available in separate releases for the server editions of Mac OS X 10.4 “Tiger” and Mac OS X 10.5 “Leopard”—enable users of different hardware platforms and operating systems remotely operate a Mac operating system and Mac applications.

The new 3.0 release supports Leopard Server, and adds support for Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). More advanced administration tools enable you to audit user sessions, prioritise CPU usage and shadow sessions. Integration has been improved with Apple’s Work Group Manager, Open Directory and Active Directory software, as well.

Aqua Connect has also announced future improvement plants for Terminal Server 3.0, including the ability list applications on a user or group level, use Cover Flow to view active user sessions, and for administrators to be able to send notifications to all users on the system, instantly.

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  1. mac terminal services says:

    iRAPP Service
    • Allow iRAPP clients – this option allows administrator to permit mac os x terminal server clients to access the server. If this option is not active, the remote server will only be accessible through third party RDP programs.
    • Custom iRAPP Port – by default, iRAPP Services listens on port 4073. If this port is not available, administrator can specified a custom port by selecting this option and entering the custom port number. Change will only take effect after the “Apply Changes” button is clicked (this action will change the iRAPP Service address and reset all current connections).

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