Configure Windows Remote Desktop Online with Thinfinity

Architecture for a Thinfinity® Remote Desktop Server deployment coomposition

Windows Remote Desktop over Internet

Publish any remote Windows Desktop online to gran access from any place, and any device. Access cloud machines like Azure VM’S, Amazon VM’s, RackSpace, Google Cloud, etc. It also works to access remotely into any VM hosted locally, like a HyperV or VMWare VM or even any regular Desktop computer on your network.
Once you install Thinfinity Remote Desktop on one of your computers, all you need is a web browser to access all the rest!
You don’t need to have any programming skills or make any modifications to Windows in order to accomplish it. This tutorial will teach you how to do it in less than 5 minutes.

Let’s gets started:
1) First, install Thinfinity Remote Desktop. Here you will find the product guide. There’s a FREE 15-day trial period, so you have no excuses!
Once you’re ready to go, open the Thinfinity Remote Desktop server manager.

2) Under the “Security” tab, press the “Access Profiles” button.

3) Click on the newly added “Access Profiles” tab, and press “Add”.

4) Configure the Access Profile with a name, the IP Address of the server, and the Windows credentials you want to use to authenticate to that server.

5) For testing purposes, check “Allow anonymous access” on Permissions tab.

6) Press “OK” and then “Apply”.

7) For testing purposes also, check “Allow anonymous access“ under the Authentication tab.

8) Press “Apply” and then “Close”.
9) You can check the Access Profile published by going to http://localhost:[ThinfinityIPort] ( by default is 8443 ), and clicking on the Access Profile you just created.

10 ) If you want to give your users quick access to your applications, you can create a desktop shortcut to the URL of Thinfinity Remote Desktop with the virtual path of the application, here’s an example:



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