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This manual provides information about system requirements and new features for this version of Oracle Virtual Desktop Client for iPad.
Instructions for installing, upgrading, and uninstalling Oracle Virtual Desktop Client for iPad are also included.
Document generated on: 2011-07-04 (revision: 174)
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The Oracle Virtual Desktop Client for iPad 1.0 Release Notes provide information about system requirements and new features for this version of Oracle Virtual Desktop Client. The manual provides information on how you can install, upgrade, and uninstall Oracle Virtual Desktop Client for iPad.
This document is intended for new users of Oracle Virtual Desktop Client. It is assumed that readers are familiar with Web technologies.
The document is organized as follows:
Chapter 1, New Features and Supported Platforms describes the new features, supported platforms, and known issues for this version of Oracle Virtual Desktop Client.
Chapter 2, Installing and Upgrading Oracle Virtual Desktop Client for iPad describes how to install, upgrade, and uninstall Oracle Virtual Desktop Client.
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This chapter describes the new features for this version of Oracle Virtual Desktop Client for iPad. Details of supported platforms and known issues are also included.
This release introduces support for running Oracle Virtual Desktop Client on an iPad tablet computer.
The following features are included in this release:
iPad graphical user interface (GUI) support
Simple, intuitive, and accurate gestures and navigation
Rich keyboard support, including additional keys for the iPad on-screen keyboard, enables enhanced user interactions with your applications
Fast and responsive interface
Smooth multimedia playback experience on Oracle Desktop Virtualization hosted applications, including Adobe Flash Player and Windows Media Player
Bidirectional audio enables clear two-way communication
Optimized multimedia delivery to the local client provides enhanced network utilization and scalability
Comprehensive security provided by 256-bit AES encryption
Secure remote access, using your existing Virtual Private Network (VPN) software
Uses the ultra secure Appliance Link Protocol (ALP) with Sun Ray Software or Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
Increase productivity with the ability to instantly switch between virtual and native applications
Simple configuration of connection settings
Auto discovery of available Sun Ray Software and Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure servers
Click-and-go connectivity to configured and available desktops and applications
This release of Oracle Virtual Desktop Client is supported on the following platforms:
iOS 4.2 or later
Oracle Virtual Desktop Client works with the following server platforms:
Sun Ray Software version 5.1 or later
You must enable access for Oracle Virtual Desktop Client before you can use it with Sun Ray Software. See the Sun Ray documentation for details.
Oracle Virtual Desktop Infrastructure version 3.2.2 or later
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This chapter describes how to install, upgrade, and uninstall Oracle Virtual Desktop Client for iPad.
Because Oracle Virtual Desktop Client is an iPad application, installing, upgrading, and uninstalling are done in the same way as for other iPad applications.
Download and install the Oracle Virtual Desktop Client application from the App Store.
You can download the application to your iPad, or to another computer such as a Mac or a PC.
On your iPad, or another computer, search the App Store for the Oracle Virtual Desktop Client application.
Download the application from the App Store.
(Optional) If you download the application to another computer, connect your iPad to the computer and follow the iTunes instructions on screen.
When the Oracle Virtual Desktop Client application is installed on iPad, an Oracle Virtual Desktop Client application is added to the Home screen.
See also your iPad documentation for details of how to install applications on iPad.
Delete the Oracle Virtual Desktop Client application from iPad.
Touch and hold the Oracle Virtual Desktop Client application icon until the icon starts to wiggle.
An X icon appears.
Tap the X icon to delete the application.
(Optional) If you have the Oracle Virtual Desktop Client application stored in your iTunes library on another computer, delete the application from iTunes.
See also your iPad documentation for details of how to delete an application from iPad.
Update the Oracle Virtual Desktop Client application on iPad.
Go to the App Store.
The App Store automatically checks for updates to your iPad applications.
Follow the on screen instructions to update the Oracle Virtual Desktop Client application.
See also your iPad documentation for details of how to update applications on iPad.
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