Anyware Remote Workstation Card Agent for Windows Documentation¶
This guide is intended for administrators who require brokering of Anyware clients to computers using Remote Workstation Cards. It assumes administrators have thorough knowledge of conventions and networking concepts, including firewall configuration.
Command-line tools are required
Although many agent features and settings can be configured using the Windows user interface, some administrative tasks require use of Windows command line tools. Users should be familiar with both cmd and PowerShell.
About the Anyware Remote Workstation Card Agent for Windows¶
Remote Workstation Card Agent for Windows introduces brokering to a Remote Workstation Card deployment, allowing the desktop to be managed by HP Anyware Manager, Connection Broker or third-party brokers that support the PCoIP Broker protocol.
A complete Remote Workstation Card deployment includes these components:
- A physical host machine, which provides the desktop to remote clients. See System Requirements for more information.
- A Remote Workstation Card installed on the host machine.
- The Remote Workstation Card software for Windows installed on the host machine.
- The Remote Workstation Card Agent for Windows installed on the host machine.
About PCoIP Licensing¶
When the Remote Workstation Card Agent for Windows is installed, the Remote Workstation Card can be licensed using a HP Anyware license. With this flexibility, you can conveniently move to HP Anyware and virtual solutions when you are ready, and without changing licenses.