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The Aqua Connect Terminal Server delivers the Macintosh OS X experience to diverse hardware, software platforms and mobile devices including older Macintosh systems, PC hardware, smart phones and other thin clients.

Once installed on an adequately configured Mac OS X server, networked computers and mobile devices can simply log into the OS X server as if connected directly to the server’s console, work with a full-featured OS X desktop and run OS X based applications installed on the OS X server. Users can connect remotely and run applications while other users may also be connected with their respective sessions and environments fully isolated from one another. Since users of Aqua Connect Terminal Server share the resources of a common server, this allows:

  • Simplified installation, configuration and maintenance of programs
  • Management of user policies and profiles
  • Central administration of user environments and security
  • Provide a stable and uniform desktop platform for applications
  • Minimize IT department workloads
  • Simultaneous resource sharing and usage


This white paper explores the potential technical and business benefits of Aqua Connect Terminal Server™ deployment. Aqua Connect Terminal Server™ provides a centralized OS X® environment that enables you to easily and inexpensively deploy OS X® applications in your organization.

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This white paper will:
- - - - - - - Give an introduction to the Aqua Connect Terminal Server™. Discuss the background on Aqua Connect and its creator. Talk about need for the Aqua Connect Terminal Server™. Explain the products solution. Discuss the benefits to using the Aqua Connect Terminal Server™. Give a product overview. Explain the system requirements, scalability and licensing.

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