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What's New in This Release

The PCoIP Software Client for macOS 22.07 introduces the following features and enhancements:

  • HP Anyware: With this release, Teradici CAS is now HP Anyware. HP Anyware brings Teradici CAS and ZCentral Remote Boost together into a single solution, starting with enhancements for the collaboration feature.

  • Collaboration Enhancements: There are two major improvements to collaboration in this release:

    • The PCoIP Client for Software Client for macOS now supports GPU Offload and Auto Offload PCoIP Ultra modes in collaboration sessions, if the connected PCoIP agent also supports them.

    • Mouse visibility has also been added in this release; Guest collaborators can now see the host's cursor movements during a collaboration session.

    See Collaboration for more information on these enhancements.

  • URI-launched session configuration improvements: When launching the Software Client for macOS via a URI, you can now use most of the same properties available to command-line launches in your JWT payload. For more information, see Command Line Parameters.

  • Changes to full-screen and minimized modes: The Software Client for macOS now functions as a native macOS application while in full-screen mode, and switching between full-screen displays and the local desktop is managed by Mission Control.

    Because Mission Control can now manage full-screen displays, it is now possible to enable Fullscreen All Monitors mode and then use Mission Control to switch one monitor back to local control. This configuration allows you to work in both local and remote enivronments using multiple displays.

    For details, see Full-screen Modes.

  • Mission Control behavior in macOS-to-macOS PCoIP Sessions: Since Mission Control now manages full-screen PCoIP sessions for the Software Client for macOS, if you are connecting to a remote macOS desktop—where both the local and remote machines are Macs— it is important to be clear which Mission Control gestures and keypresses are used locally, and which are used by the remote desktop. For more details about activating Mission Control during a PCoIP session, see Using Mission Control in PCoIP Session.