Mac OS X users can now run Windows applications on their desktop with 2X ApplicationServer’s Mac client. 2X ApplicationServer is available for free for up to 5 connections at: http://www.2x.com/applicationserver/application-publishing.htm
With 2X ApplicationServer, any Windows application can be tunneled from a Microsoft Terminal Server via RDP onto a Mac desktop.
“With the 2X ApplicationServer Mac client, we want to address all those companies that use Apple Macintosh PC’s as part of their IT infrastructure and need to run Windows applications on those machines. Now they can continue to use Windows applications which are not available as Mac versions,” said Nikolaos Makris, 2X CEO, in the press release.
2X ApplicationServer tunnels any Windows application onto remote desktops, including Mac and Linux desktops, without the need to install the application onto each user’s machine. This saves significantly on administration and support. Organizations can install applications onto one central server and use 2X ApplicationServer to seamlessly tunnel up to 5 connections per server onto remote desktops.
2X is offering a free 5 application license of 2X ApplicationServer for Windows Terminal Services available at: http://www.2x.com/applicationserver/application-publishing.htm
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