Remote Desktop for Windows 10: How to use TSplus
In the past few weeks, Microsoft has released an array of updates. This is always a precarious situation for those heavily invested in the Windows ecosystem, including the use of Remote Desktop Protocol with Windows 10. TSplus, a cost attractive and simple alternative to Windows RDS, develops weekly updates that specifically target compatibility and stability changes introduced by MS updates.
TSplus Leverages Remote Desktop on Windows 10
Windows Remote Desktop is a free tool which enables users to connect with a remote machine – a computer, a server – and to use the graphic interface from a distance. It creates a RDP connection between the windows terminal server and the remote desktop client for a stable, interoperable communication.
Remote Desktop Protocol is an essential tool for allowing remote access to a Windows pc and business applications from any location. It is the smart solution for deploying legacy applications on multiple devices.
Cloud computing can be simpler to work with and better to apply for distant workforces, but a lot of businesses haven’t migrated into the cloud, or even may not for regulatory or security factors. With Windows terminal services, users ‘ may simply use files and software saved locally on their remote computer.
TSplus leverages this technology to enable reliable and secure remote access to Windows 10 systems from any device. In fact, it can be easily installed on any Windows OS, from Vista to W10 Pro!
The centralized Admintool makes set up and management ultra-simple for a quick deployment over all types and sizes of installations comprising different hardware and OS. To check the many great TSplus features, visit the webpage.
Users can then connect using a connection client which can either be the Windows remote desktop tool or the integrated TSplus RDP Client, either the TSplus HTML5 client via any web browser. Which means that one is able to connect to a W10 environment from a MAC or Android mobile if wished!
Read the following article for more info on TSplus for Windows and the Online Documentation for a successful deployment from the start including setting the right remote desktop port and generating your own remote desktop client(s).
Compatibility With Latest Updates for Remote Desktop on Windows 10
TSplus is always updated to stay compatible with the latest Windows versions. This is the case regarding last November and December updates for W10. Microsoft systematically releases the Patch Tuesday, security patches for all supported versions of Windows 10. As part of this process, Microsoft has now released Windows 10 November 2020 cumulative updates and December 20 Patch Tuesday.
Our expert development team is aware of the way updates can affect client systems, and they have continued to stay ahead of the curve. As usual, silent and automatic kernel update will fix all TSplus servers connected to the internet!
Additionnaly, we just published new versions of TSplus LTS 11 and LTS 12 which include all compatibility fixes developped in the last weeks in response to the different Microsoft preview updates.
As part of the new features included in W10 30.11.20 update, the Microsoft Remote Desktop app has received some noteworthy changes on Android smartphones and tablets. Full changes can be read on MS changelog.
For details on recent TSplus updates, check out our changelogs.