Zero clients PCoIP on Hyper-V RDs

Discussion in 'Virtualization' started by Jacoub, Jul 3, 2014.

  1. Jacoub

    Jacoub MDL Member

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    I have dell Zero clients which is runinig PCoIP to connect to VMWare view. I want to use it to connect to Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Hyper-V. I searched and found a company calledTeradici this compny developed this protocol to VMWare and has a product called Arch: PCoIP for Microsoft RDS. Unfortunately it looks it supports only Windows Server 2008 and I couldn't find any Video nor documentation nor an evaluation version to check it. I would appreciate if anybody can advise or elaborate more on this subject


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  2. sebus

    sebus MDL Guru

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    Did you send them mail?
    Surely thay could be just the right people to elaborate?

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  3. Topstep1

    Topstep1 MDL Novice

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    You won't get PCOIP to work on Hyper-V. The VM HAS to be hosted on ESXi or WMWARE Workstation. Teradici pulled Arch after a public beta about 2 years ago. The newest version of View; Horizon View 6 can connect to a standalone RDS Host and present installed applications or a full desktop session, but I believe the session is RDP and not PCOIP

    I could tell you more, but trust me; It ain't gonna happen.


    Since you are already into the pool; look into Teradici's Remote Workstation Card. It allow the PCOIP protocol to work on non-VMware hosted machines. Weather you could present this card to a Hyper-V VM is a hole 'nother can of worms.