Running webRDP HTML5 Gateway on Linux
Enabling IT to generate custom connection URLs for single click logins
for distribution via email, the web or to be saved for later
Copy and paste across an RDP connection
Custom logout URLs to redirect users to a custom page upon logging out
Enhanced virtual keyboard to provide a better mobile experience as
well as access function keys
Stoneware, the leader in Unified Cloud computing, announced the
immediate availability of its latest webRDP HTML5 Gateway, version 1.1.
webRDP allows IT organizations to provide end users access to Windows
from any device using just a web browser.
The latest version of webRDP supports an updated user interface with
features such as updated color themes and branding, accordion style
menus and a collapsible utility menu. Additional features of the product
“This release of webRDP is all about increasing the feature set of an
already great product,” said Rick German, CEO of Stoneware, Inc. “Our
customers running Linux now have the ability to deliver access to
Windows applications through an HTML5 Gateway, providing necessary
access to legacy applications. The new UI is much cleaner, allowing for
a better experience, and the webRDP clipboard makes RDP sessions much
more functional for end users.”
The webRDP gateway installs in minutes, supports Proxy and SOCKS and
encrypts all passwords. A trial version is available at www.webrdp.com.
webRDP costs $1,495 per server and includes 3 support calls and one year
of product updates. If you purchased webRDP less than one year ago, you
are eligible to upgrade to version 1.1 for free. You can download the
latest version from the customer portal, where you can find the required
An OEM version of webRDP that can be customized, branded and embedded in
a custom remote access solution is available.
About Stoneware, Inc.
Established in 2000, and acquired by Lenovo in 2012, Stoneware, Inc. is
a manufacturer of cloud computing and classroom management software.
Stoneware’s Unified Cloud Platform allows IT to provide users with
access to their files, applications, and reports from a universal
webDesktop. With the acquisition of LanSchool Technologies, LLC. in
2011, Stoneware provides award-winning classroom management and
monitoring software known for being reliable, simple, and easy-to-use.
Stoneware is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana. Stoneware serves
clients in public, commercial, manufacturing, and health care.
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