2X launches the On Premise Edition of 2X MDM

An Easy and Affordable On Premise 2X MDM Solution

August 30, 2013 - 09:00am

Retain full control of sensitive location tracking data with 2X’s new On Premise Mobile Device Manager for Windows Server LONDON UK, 30 AUGUST 2013 – 2X, developer of the award-winning Windows VoIP PBX 3CX Phone System and mobile device management.

Better iOS support and Bing Maps added to the latest 2X MDM 6.4.5 build

Improved iOS Support Added to the New Version of 2X MDM

August 07, 2013 - 02:26pm

We pleased to announce the release of the latest version of 2X MDM (6.4.5) which has significantly enhanced iOS support. Administrators can now disable an iPhone's camera, as well as prevent users from accessing the Safari browser and iTunes. We're now


Using 2x for a Mac to Windows 7 SBS2011

2X Thin Client Manager, part of 2X Application Server, allows you to convert Windows XP, Windows 7/8 machines to thin clients maneagable from 2X Application Server Client Manager. You can also convert outdated PCs or energy efficient low cost thin clients to 2X OS and get cost-effective thin clients, which can be managed centrally.

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Using 2x for a Mac to Windows 7 SBS2011

Postby sbaggott » Thu Dec 08, 2011 12:44 pm

Forgive any basic questions I may ask, but I want to remotely control my Windows 7 office PC - installed on a Small business server 2011- from home using my Macbook running OSX Snow Leopard.

2x has been recomended to me to do this, but our IT support tell me that 2x is trying to control the applications rather than the actual desktop machine.

I would be grateful if anyone could assist in telling me if 2x can remotely control my Windows machine in a similar way to Microsoft RDC? I am currently using another RDP client but it is proving slow and unstable.

Hope this makes sense and many thanks in advance.
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Re: Using 2x for a Mac to Windows 7 SBS2011

Postby Ginex » Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:30 am

sbaggot absolutely,

2x can give us this and more, u can access published applications as you can access vm's and published desktops...

and their connection is more secure than normal rdp...
you might want to get the it guys more informed ;)

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