The following table lists the Remote Workstation Card Software features that require firmware changes. The features on the PCoIP Remote Workstation Card and PCoIP Zero Client are available if the released versions are equal to or higher than those listed.
New Feature Software/Firmware Requirements
|New Feature Description||Remote Workstation Card Software Release||Firmware Release|
|New release versioning||20.01||20.01|
|Support for Windows 10 64-bit. See System Requirements.||4.3.1||4.9|
|Microsoft-signed Windows 10 drivers.||4.3.1||4.9|
|Support for Tera2 PCoIP Remote Workstation Card.||4.0.7||4.0.1|
|Configure PCoIP session image quality setting (see Remote Workstation Card Software Image Tab).||3.5.2||3.5.0|
|Support IT auditing feature that gathers workstation and PCoIP Remote Workstation Card network settings (see Using the Remote Workstation Card Software UI).||3.5.2||3.5.0|
|Support of soft clients connecting to PCoIP Remote Workstation Cards (see Soft Client Restrictions and Remote Workstation Card Software Monitors Tab).||3.3.2||3.3.0|
|Support for processing multimedia keys. Example keys include: volume up, mute, and browser. Previous versions of the Remote Workstation Card Software did not process these keys when the local cursor feature was enabled.||3.3.2||3.3.0|
|Support brokering sessions between PCoIP hosts and zero clients or soft clients using VMware View Manager.||3.3.2||3.3.0|
|Support for configuring client keyboard repeat detection (see Remote Workstation Card Software Features Tab).||3.2.2||3.2.0|
|Support for configuring client display topology (see Remote Workstation Card Software Monitors Tab).||3.2.2||3.2.0|
|Support for configuring display rotation (see Remote Workstation Card Software Monitors Tab).||3.2.2||3.2.0|
|Support for configuring transparent local cursor shape (see Remote Workstation Card Software Features Tab).||3.2.2||3.2.0|
Support for soft clients operating with PCoIP Remote Workstation Card
Support for soft clients operating with PCoIP Remote Workstation Cards was introduced in firmware release 3.3.0, Remote Workstation Card Software release 3.3.20, and VMware View release 4.6.
Resource: Running Remote Workstation Card Software to broker sessions using VMware View
Remote Workstation Card Software 3.1.11 for Windows supports using VMware View 4 to broker sessions on host machines running 32-bit versions of Windows. Remote Workstation Card Software 3.2.20 for Windows supports using VMware View 4.5 or later to broker sessions on host machines running 32-bit or 64-bit versions of Windows.
For more information on configuring a system to operate in this mode, see Using PCoIP® Host Cards with VMware View.