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25. June 2010 at 8:27 #5984PhantomMember
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Hello, Wyse users!
I’ve tested Wyse C10LE thin clients for month and I couldn’t do MMR redirection under Windows Vista or 7 (x86). I tried to do the same actions on XP system and it works great!
Then I playing video or audio on XP system I can see entries in event log on wyse device like this:
48: MMR: audio/mpeg
49: MMR: video/jpeg
but then I start watching video on Windows Vista, nothing happens in event log and video moves slowly.
Another problem is about Active Sync devices. Under Windows XP users can connect their Windows Mobile phones and sync data over Active Sync, but under Windows Vista/Seven I can see my device. Only windows mobile remote adapter appears in Device manager and sync doesn’t start at all.
Does somebody work with MMR and ActiveSync under Windows Vista/Seven?
Thanks a lot!11. July 2010 at 18:30 #18651ConfGenKeymaster
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Generally only TCX Rich Sound is not supported on Vista/7. All other things should work.
CG12. July 2010 at 3:04 #18653PhantomMember
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I’ve found little notes in admin guide and became so sad (((.
Why Wyse announce full windows vista support in all ads, but in fact…
MP3 and WMA files are not supported on Windows Vista with any of the thin
AVI support (audio: MP3, WMA, AC3; video: MPEG-1, MPEG-2, MPEG-4,
part 2) is provided via the availability of corresponding decoders on the
connecting thin client (however, .avi files that contain MPEG4 or H.264 are
not redirected on Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2). If client side
decoders are not available, the functionality will seamlessly fallback to
compression of raw video as JPEG images on the server and transmission to
client with synchronized audio. This fallback functionality is not supported on
Windows Vista as MP3 and WMA files are not supported on Vista.
MPEG-2 support on Windows XPe thin clients requires that a client side
decoder is installed.
Wyse TCX Multimedia for XenApp is supported for Wyse thin clients by
clearing the Enable Sound check box on an ICA connection. In order to
disable Wyse TCX Multimedia for XenApp and use the native RAVE (Speed
Screen) technology, check the Enable Sound check box on an ICA
Playback of H.264 video requires a multiplexer installed where Wyse TCX
Suite Server software is installed.
Multicast support for VMware View requires that the virtual desktop terminal
server or Xen App server be in a multicast enabled subnet.
Wyse TCX Suite Admin Guide p. 29.
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