Posts Tagged ‘Citrix ICA’

Printer for Remote Desktop 1.0 Beta

Wednesday, May 11th, 2011

Printer for Remote Desktop

London, UK — May 4, 2011 — FabulaTech offers you an ideal solution for printing in a remote desktop environment!

Now you don’t need to plug your printer directly into the server machine to print in a remote desktop session (Microsoft RDP or Citrix ICA). You don’t even need to install your printer’s driver on the server!

Printer for Remote Desktop creates a virtual printer on the server and allows printing from any application in a remote session to a local printer. Now users can get separate access to their own printers regardless of how many printers are being redirected to the same server at the same time. The printers are isolated within each individual session, so you don’t need to scan through a long list of printers in the print dialog to find the one plugged into your workstation!

Printer for Remote Desktop supports all needed color modes and different resolutions, printing on more than 10 standard paper sizes, both portrait and landscape orientation.

Key features:

- supports both Microsoft RDP and Citrix ICA
- doesn’t require any drivers on the server side
- each printer is isolated within the session

Download Printer for Remote Desktop 1.0 Beta and start printing in your remote session now!

Webcam for Remote Desktop 1.0 Beta

Wednesday, April 20th, 2011

Webcam for Remote Desktop

London, UK — Apr. 18, 2011 — FabulaTech today announced a release of a new software Webcam for Remote Desktop.
Available immediately for download, this software takes what was learned from USB for Remote Desktop and brings it to you in an easier and lighter form. The software redirects a web camera from local computer to remote desktop session. It is perfect for those who use Skype, Yahoo! Messenger, Google Talk, ICQ and many other applications in RDP or Citrix environment!
Simple and effective altogether Webcam for Remote Desktop is being a perfect solution for using webcams in remote Windows sessions, especially in the multi-user environment.
The final version of Webcam for Remote Desktop is expected to be released in May 2011.