2X Java Client Tabs
Local Resources Tab
If you want to configure how local resources are handled by the Remote Desktop, simply click on the ‘Local Resources’ tab and select the options you want (these are the same options available with the regular Microsoft RDP Client).
2X Java Client – 2X Connection Properties – Local Resources tab.
Remote Computer Sound
Bring to this computer – Selecting this option, the sound playing on the remote computer will be played on the local computer.
Do not play – Selecting this option, no sound would be played.
Leave at remote computer – Selecting this option, sound would be played only on the remote computer but not on the local computer.
This option has effect only when deploying desktop sessions.
On the local computer – Selecting this option, will allow the Windows key combinations to be applied on the local computer.
On the remote computer – Selecting this option, will allow the Windows key combinations to be applied on the remote computer.
In full screen mode only – Selecting this option, Windows key combinations would be applied on the remote session only when in full screen mode. In window mode the keys will be applied to the local computer.
In this section you will be able to select the color depth which the display will use when opening published applications.
Select which devices you would like to redirect to the remote session:
Local Drives (e.g. C:\, d:\)
Locally connected and network printers
Local Serial and Parallel Communication ports (e.g.: com1, com2, lpt1)
Smart Cards readers
The Experience tab allows you to tweak the connection speed to optimize the performance of the connection with the remote host.
If you are using a connection to a remote computer in a local network that runs at 100Mbit or up, it is usually safe to have all of the experience options turned on.
2X Java Client – 2X Connection Properties – Experience tab.
Select the Network Tab to configure your network settings so you will be able to connect to the 2X Remote Application Server using a proxy.
To be able to connect to a Proxy Server, check the ‘Use Proxy Server’ box. The following are different proxy connection types that can be used:
2X Client – 2X Connection Properties – Network tab
SOCKS4 – Enable this option to transparently use the service of a network firewall.
SOCKS4A – Enable this option to allow a client that cannot connect to resolve the destination host’s name to specify it.
SOCKS5 – Enable this option to be able to connect using authentication.
HTTP 1.1 – Enable this option to connect using the standard HTTP 1.1 protocol connections.
After selecting a connection type, the Proxy Host (domain name or IP Address) and port number have to be specified.
For SOCKS5 and HTTP 1.1 connections, authentication has to be enabled, check the Proxy Requires Authentication checkbox, and enter user credentials.
Check ‘Use user logon credentials’ to use the user logon credentials when authenticating with the proxy server.
On the Authentication tab the user can modify what happens when the authentication fails.
There are three ways authentication failure can be managed:
Connect - the user can ignore the certificate of the server and still connect.
Warn - the user is alerted about the certificate and still has the ability to choose whether he wants to connect or not.
Do not connect - the user is not allowed to connect if he is not authenticated.
Advanced Settings Tab
2X Connection Properties – Advanced Settings
Use Client System Colors – Enable this option to use the client system colors instead those specified on the Remote Desktop.
Use Client System Settings – Enable this option to use the client system settings instead those specified on the Remote Desktop.
Create shortcuts configured on server – For each published application, the administrator can configure shortcuts on the clients’ desktop and Start menu folder. With this option one can choose to have or not to have these shortcuts.
Register file extensions associated from the server – For each published application, the administrator can associate certain file extensions. With this option the client can choose whether to register these file extensions or not.
Redirect URLs to this computer – Enable this option to use the local web browser when opening ‘http:’ links.
Redirect Mail to this computer– Enable this option to use the local mail client when opening ‘mailto:’ links.
Reconnect if connection is dropped – Enable this option to reconnect if connection is dropped.
Span desktops on all monitors – Enable this option to span desktops on all monitors if multi-monitor mode is used.
Enable desktop smart-sizing – Enable this option to enable desktop smart-sizing of the display when launching published applications.
Use Primary monitor only for published applications – Enable this option to open published applications directly on primary monitor.
Override Computer name – The text entered as computer name in this text box will override the original computer name at the server. This will server as alias to the current client computer name.
If set, this will override the default computer name. Any filtering set by the administrator with 2X Remote Application Server will make use of the ‘Override computer name’.
The Options window is shown below. It shows the ‘Advanced Settings’ tab. From this tab, you can choose the language of the 2X Java Client.
2X Java Client Options – Advanced Settings
Do not warn if server certificate is not verified – When connected over SSL, and the certificate is not verified, a warning message will be displayed. You can disable this warning message by enabling this option.
Show folders page – Enabling this option will show the available folders while showing the hierarchy of the application groups as configured on the server.
Auto Refresh 2X Connections – Enabling this option will automatically refresh existing 2X Connections.