AppSense – Follow-me-data “Project Orca”

Written by Thomas Poppelgaard on. Posted in AppSense

AppSense CTO Harry Labana announced a new upcoming “Follow-me-data” product from AppSense “Project Orca”

The Project Orca technology has desktop clients for both Microsoft Windows and Apple OS X along with mobile clients for iOS, Android and Microsoft Windows Phone OS.  For those devices where Project Orca is not capable of providing native access, a HTML5 based web client is available taking advantages of new features of the language to provide exceptional functionality.

For further informations about “Project Orca” click here

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Dan

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Could you tell me how much will cost this solution ?

only hard+ soft/licenses , without configuration/consultancy .

thanks,
Dan

Chantelle Olivier

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Good day

I installed worx home to my Samsung S5.
The first time – I did not enter all the correct info. So when I tried to go in again – it did not allow me to. I then uninstalled the program. when installing the software again – it does not want to go in at all.

Please can you assist

Victor

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Changing my playground from XD71 to XD75 and upgrading to the latest VGX is very disappointing.
I can’t see anymore the normal output for nvidia-smi command and i also lack the performance level but also the performance graphs in XenServer.
Tried to rollback and i was unsuccessful.

Thomas Poppelgaard

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Mark – I use demo software from AMD and NVIDIA

Noman – HDX 3D is supported with XenServer GPU Pass-through and NVIDIA vGPU and VMware vDGA. Feel free to contact me at thomas@poppelgaard.com if you want me to help you get it set up.

Noman

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Hello

Amazing setup you go there! However i read on a blog somewhere that HDX 3D is only supported on a Physical XenApp machine.. is there any special configuration changes that you had to do to make it work on a XenApp VM?

Also, how exactly do you enable HDX 3D rendering on GPU? using Citrix Policies alone?

I shall really appreciate your response :)

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