1, Most popular Windows applications can be run with vCloudPoint zero clients such as Office Applications, Skype, Outlook, Chrome, Firefox, IE, Edge, Teamviewer, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe After Effects, Adobe Indesign, AutoDesk CAD, and Camtasia, etc.
2, 3D games are not supported. 3D design applications like 3D Max can be run but rendering takes long time. Other 3D applications may not be supported as graphic card is not utilized by the zero clients. When the host and network is well configured, the performance of the zero client is just like that of the host without a discrete graphic card.
3, A few applications cannot be run in the multi-user environment.
These Known applications include Microsoft Visual Studio, Adobe Premiere and Foxmail. To know if your desired applications can be run in the multi-user environment without vCloudPoint zero clients, you can try running the applications in remote desktop sessions with PCs (run “mstsc”).
Trouble-shooting some applications that are supposed to by supported but still cannot be run with vCloudPoint zero clients:
1, The disk partition where the applications are installed must be set to be visible to terminal users. To configure visible disk partitions, open vMatrix Server Manager, click Configuration, and then Storage Visibility, tick the partition where your applications are installed.
2, Try disabling Windows UAC.
3, Change installation directory to non-user based. Default installation directory of some applications like Kingsoft WPS are user based, like “C:\Users\Administrator”. When installing, you must change the directory to non-user based one, such as “C:\Program files\” otherwise users except the installer are not able to run these applications.