Secure Global Desktop
By leroyk on Aug 13, 2007
Shamless promotion follows but if you all have the need to acccess Windows and/or Solaris desktop applications remotely you should try out the Secure Global Desktop. You can deploy on Solaris for instance and use your browser to access various services. The end user is the presented a desktop with launch points to, for example, Windows desktop or Star Office on Solaris. The user clicks on the destination and a window opens with the application or desktop running.
Now the cool part is it integrates with LDAP or AD. So you can provision your user to one of those sources and the users of SGD can logon. It even has portlets that will allow your users to logon to a portal server and get access to their desktop applications.
Installation could not get any simpler. I printed the instructions (rare) but really did not need them.
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