Power of Linux/UNIX on Windows
Xmanager is the market's leading PC X server that brings the power of X applications to a Windows environment. With Xmanager, X applications installed on remote UNIX based machines run seamlessly with Windows application side by side. It provides a powerful session management console, easy-to-use X application launcher, X server profile management tool, SSH module and a high performance PC X server for securely accessing a remote and virtualized UNIX and Linux environment.
Today’s IT infrastructure requires various operating systems to run side by side. UNIX and Linux are rapidly replacing mainframes and Windows servers, but Windows is still the platform of choice when it comes to desktop PCs. Since X Window System is the standard technology that any modern UNIX based systems is packaged with, Xmanager requires no additional server side installation and only small to no changes are required to your existing IT infrastructure. Xmanager provides a single point of access to consolidate heterogeneous Operating Systems and provides a flexible work environment to increase productivity. Try Xmanager 5 free for 30 days to see if it is the network connectivity solution for you.
New OpenGL Support
OpenGL is supported in Xmanager 5. You can enjoy powerful OpenGL supported applications which you could previously only run on the Enterprise edition. 3D applications such as CAD or medical software run smoother at a higher speed with OpenGL support.
New A More Powerful PC X Server
Xmanager 5 supports more X extensions that are required to access the latest Linux operating systems such as Xinerama and RandR. These new extensions allow instantaneous desktop resizing and multi-monitor support and make the remote desktop sessions run flawlessly on a local Windows PC.
New Flexible and Powerful Tabbed Environment
Xmanager 5 introduces our new tabbed environment. It allows you to open multiple tabs in a single window so that you no longer have to switch between multiple remote desktop sessions from the Windows taskbar. With the new tabbed window and RandR extension support, Xmanager 5 provides unparalleled usability that cannot be found in any other X servers.
New Are You Prepared for IPv6? Xmanager is Ready
Recently, more and more companies and countries are adopting IPv6. Join the migration to the latest network platform with Version 5’s IPv6 support. Whether you’re using IPv4 and IPv6 simultaneously or are completely on the IPv6 network, our software is ready to meet your needs.
New Client Authentication with MIT Kerberos
Kerberos is widely used in today’s enterprise environment where various operating systems are used and a centralized user authentication is required. The centralized authentication method of Kerberos provides more secure and convenient user access to the servers. To accommodate our enterprise users’ needs, Xmanager 5 includes support for MIT Kerberos authentication.
New Keep Xmanager Up-to-Date
In today’s fast paced and ever-changing IT industry, running the most stable and secure software is a must. We regularly release updates for our software which include bug fixes, security patches, and occasionally, new features. Our new Live Update feature in Xmanager 5 checks for new updates and notifies users when one is available. Staying up to date is now faster and easier than ever.
Safer and Easier Way to Access Remote UNIX/Linux
Xmanager 5 supports Secure XDMCP which allows users to access remote hosts even if the PC is behind a firewall or gateway. This is a unique feature of Xmanager that was designed by NetSarang Computer, Inc. based on SSH tunneling technology. It is designed to help users access remote hosts without having to reconfigure existing firewalls or gateways.
Xbrowser Dynamically Searches for All Available UNIX/Linux Hosts
When Xbrowser starts, it dynamically searches for all accessible hosts in your network and creates a list of hosts for Xmanager to connect to. Xbrowser creates dynamic sessions automatically so there is no need to setup an individual session for each server. With this feature, the X Window System becomes as simple as point-and-click. Just point to the remote host you want to connect to and double-click-you to be instantly connected!
Instant Connections Using the Address Bar
Using the Address bar, you can connect to various hosts with diverse protocols such as XDMCP and SFTP, FTP, SSH, and Telnet. The Address bar shares a similar look and feel with the address bar in Internet Explorer, so getting used to this feature takes virtually no time.
Instant Connection to the UNIX/Linux Machines Using the Address Bar
The Address Bar in Xbrowser is another way to connect to remote hosts. Using the Address Bar, connecting to the remote host is as simple as opening a website. Now there is no need to create sessions for infrequently used servers or servers with the broadcast option turned off.
Apply Different Profiles for Each Server and Application
Xconfig lets you apply different X server settings to each server and application. With Xconfig, you can configure various X server options such as window mode, font, visual, and security and save it to individual profiles. If you are using various servers with applications that require different X server settings, you can use Xconfig to create multiple application/server-specific profiles and apply them to each session accordingly. This allows you to run the most optimized Xmanager for every system and application.
Secure Your Communication with SSH
The SSH protocol is the one of the most secure remote communication protocols available on the market today, and it is included in Xmanager. With SSH, all of your network communications between your PC and remote hosts are encrypted with highly reliable encryption algorithms. However, there is more to SSH than just security. The X11Forwarding feature of SSH lets you run any remote X application through a secure SSH tunnel regardless of the complexity of your network environment.
Prevent Unauthorized Use of Xmanager with Access Control
Access Control is a unique security tool that lets users decide which hosts can connect to Xmanager. Any unauthorized connection to your PC is automatically rejected.
Open Multiple Xmanager Instances with Different X Server Settings
Xconfig lets you create multiple profiles. With these profile features, you can fine-tune your Xmanager to meet your servers' requirements. Each profile contains various X server options, such as window mode, font, visual, securities, etc. Once the profile is created, it can then be applied to multiple Xmanager sessions. Users can apply different profiles to Xmanager sessions to accommodate a wide range of UNIX/Linux machines.
Use MS-DOS Command Line Options to Connect to UNIX/Linux Hosts
Advanced users can greatly benefit from the command line options that Xmanager provides. Command line options give users a tool to allow their existing software to interoperate with Xmanager. This feature provides unbeatable interoperability that cannot be found in our competitors’ software.