NICE DCV is a high-performance remote display protocol. It lets you securely deliver remote desktops and application streaming from any cloud or data center to any device, over varying network conditions. By using NICE DCV with Leostream, organizations can manage these connections on an enterprise scale and enforce access rules and session settings to meet corporate IT compliance requirements.
NICE DCV Components
|NICE DCV Server
|The software installed on the remote desktop
|NICE DCV Client
|The software installed on the client machine, or the HTML5 Viewer
|An RLM server that manages the allocation of licenses to DCV Servers
|Describes where to place the license file on the DCV Server
Installing and Configuring the RLM Server (Linux)
Note: Trial licenses do not require the license server setup.
Installing and Configuring the NICE DCV Server (Windows)
Installing and Configuring the NICE DCV Server (Linux)
Configuring the Connection Broker and DCV Server for External Authentication
Note: The video does not show the process of adding the auth-token-verifier string in the HKEY_USERS/S-1- 5-18/Software/GSettings/com/nicesoftware/dcv/security/ registry key. You can find more information on this in the "
- DCV External Authenticator setup: https://docs.leostream.com/v202x/leostream_display_protocols.pdf#page=43
- DCV Connection File: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/dcv/latest/userguide/using-connection-file.html
- DCV QUIC Configuration: https://docs.aws.amazon.com/dcv/latest/adminguide/enable-quic.html