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ThinManager offers centralized management solutions for the modern factory & office by simplifying management of applications and visual sources.

ThinManager allows unprecedented control and security in a sustainable and scalable platform regardless of the size of your industrial environment or number of facilities. ThinManager's thin client architecture allows for deployment of less expensive hardware while giving users the applications and tools familiar to them in a format that reduces management and hardware costs while increasing security.

By acting as a centralized management solution, ThinManager will seamlessly integrate with your current PLC’s and HMI while providing a number of features, tools, and methods of access, which make it simple to monitor and adjust user sessions from anywhere.

ThinManager display clients can be generated by a session running on a display server (e.g. a Terminal Server, a shadowed thin client, an image from an IP camera, or VMWare® virtual machines). Administrators can allow multiple user sessions to operate at the same time and each can be viewed and/or controlled directly from ThinManager or from any authorized thin client terminal on the network.

ThinManager renders display clients through a number of different types of thin client hardware available from multiple manufacturers and offers the ability to expand the number of sessions, which can be simultaneously viewed from any designated work station.

Built on a MultiSession Core

ThinManager offers technology for IT professionals seeking better security and configuration of their thin client networks. Our MultiSession core technology allows multiple sessions running anywhere on the ThinManager network to be viewed through one thin client.

ThinManager can "tile" these screen views based on your settings. You can dictate which tile shows which session. You can set it to run in screensaver mode so that certain "tiles" are constantly updated with different sessions. Multisession allows you to view displays from different applications on the same monitor