2X Client RDP (Remote Desktop)

2X Client RDP (Remote Desktop) 10.5

Stay connected to your home or office Windows PC with the free 2X Client.
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Stay connected to your home or office Windows PC with the free 2X Client. 2X Client allows you to simply connect, via RDP (Remote Desktop Protocol), to your remote Windows desktop & applications at work or home. 2X Client also connects to 2X ApplicationServer XG to seamlessly run published Windows applications such as Microsoft Office, published Windows desktops from Windows Terminal Server and virtual desktops hosted on all major VDIs including Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware or Citrix Xen.
- Connect to Remote Desktops
Get the full desktop experience. You can seamlessly connect to your home or work Windows PC.
- Run Published Applications
Run published applications such as Microsoft Office on your MAC.
- High Level Security
Obtain a higher level of security when you connect over SSL using 2X Client on your MAC and 2X ApplicationServer XG.
- Device Redirection
Redirect sound from any desktop to your MAC.
Redirect your local drive to remote devices.
Redirect keyboard localisation.
- Supports All Major VDIs
- Support for Windows 8 Connections
- Support for Windows 2012 Connections
- Support for 32 bit graphics
- Custom Printer Driver name
Connect to Windows 2000, 2003 or 2008 R2 Server and run remote desktops or applications. 2X Client can connect to all major Virtual Desktop Infrastructures through 2X ApplicationServer XG.
*If you have any previous version of 2X Client or 2X Client Lite, it is advisable to uninstall it before downloading this version.

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