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AppliDis Fusion 4 can deliver applications and desktops as a service. Applications and virtual desktops are managed and deployed through a web-based console.

Based on the RDP protocol within Windows RDS (formerly Windows TS) and compatible with the main hypervisors on the market (Hyper-V, ESX, ESXi, Virtualcenter), AppliDis Fusion 4 has the ability to virtualise all your applications or your desktops. The virtualised desktops can operate under Windows XP, Vista, Seven (VDI technology) through AppliDis Connexion Broker or maybe a Windows RDS/Terminal Server (Windows 2000 to Windows 2008 R2) desktop. At user level, access can be gained both from an Internet browser or an AppliDis Desktop client, which automatically integrates the icons published on the desktop or the start menu or on a distributed desktop on your thin client.
 
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