The Cisco Virtualization Client 6215 (Cisco VXC 6215) delivers superior voice and video collaboration capabilities in desktop virtualization. It unifies voice, video, and virtual desktop in one device.
The Cisco VXC 6215 provides workers with secure, real-time access to business applications and content without compromising the collaborative user experience. Cisco VXC 6215 supports the following capabilities:
•Combines virtual desktops with voice and video capabilities
•Supports processing capabilities that use network and data center CPU resources efficiently
•Supports high-quality, scalable voice and video, delivering an optimal user experience
The Cisco VXC 6215 provides support for the following hosted virtual desktop protocols:
•Citrix Independent Computing Architecture (ICA)
•PC over IP (PCoIP) (in base virtual desktop infrastructure [VDI] mode only)
•Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) (in base VDI mode only)
Cisco VXC 6215 Initialization (INI) files are plain-text files that you can construct to contain the configuration information you want for your thin clients on a global level. For example, you can use INI files to configure and save information about connection settings, display options, and printer options.
Information and procedures that are presented in this guide are intended for use by system administrators and should not be used by untrained persons.
This guide is intended for administrators of Cisco VXC 6215 thin clients. It provides the detailed information you need to help you understand and use the Cisco VXC 6215 INI files. It contains information on the different INI files you can use and the rules for constructing the files. It also provides the parameter details you need (with working examples) to get the most out of your INI files.
This manual is organized as described in the following table.
For more information, see the documents available at the following URLs:
Cisco Virtualization Experience Client 6000 Series
Cisco Virtualization Experience Client Manager
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