Virtual Desktop Printing
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure, or VDI, refers to the process of running a user desktop inside a virtual machine that lives on a server in the data center creating a remote desktop. It’s a powerful form of desktop virtualization because it enables fully personalized desktops for each user with all the security and simplicity of centralized management. VDI makes administrative and management tasks much easier because every attached workstation or device can use the same image. Install updates and patches to one image, and every desktop or mobile device using that image is automatically updated and patched.
How PrinterOn solves the virtual desktop printing problem
PrinterOn solves many of the problems associated with printing within a VDI infrastructure by providing a way for users to access desktop printing and secure print to any printer on any network from any mobile device, thin client, laptop or desktop. PrinterOn takes responsibility for and manages all printer drivers and print job processing.
- PrinterOn enables thin client mobile workflows where remote printing is needed but previously not possible. Enables desktop printing and remote printing workflows too.
- PrinterOn makes printing easier in thin client infrastructures by taking responsibility for printer driver management for all print jobs
- Deploy mobile devices to workflows requiring remote printing using VDI (Citrix, others)
PrinterOn is compatible with Citrix, VMware and other VDI solutions.
Citrix virtual desktop printing
VDI Printing for Mobile Users
PrinterOn enables “thin client” mobile workflows where secure printing is needed but previously not possible. Enables desktop printing workflows too.
Print Driver ManagementPrinterOn makes printing easier in “thin client” infrastructures by taking responsibility for printer driver management for all print jobs.
Easier TroubleshootingBecause a virtual desktop infrastructure only requires one server, troubleshooting is much easier when problems do occur.