Wim file is then imported into MDT and then re-deployed out to multiple devices, hassle free. Unfortunately the Serial Key for VNC Server doesn't capture/deploy out to the other devices. Yet all other software license keys are transferred correctly and working fine.
In order to purchase an Upgrade Assurance, you must own a current or previous version of the product. You must purchase a separate Upgrade Assurance for each license that you wish to renew.Licenses must be renewed within 60 days starting from their expiration date, otherwise you must order a full product license.
In this tutorial we are going to be looking at VNC, which is a cross-platform piece of software, which means it can run on a PC, Mac, Raspberry Pi, Android, IOS or Linux computers. VNC is free and open-source, so it will cost you nothing to use unless you want more advanced features.
One of the best VNC products from a company called RealVNC. They were founded by the inventors of VNC, and have made it available recently for the Raspberry Pi. While the basic VNC software is free, there are some additional features that require the purchase of a license, like encryption of the information between the server and viewer, better performance and support.
Before you can use RealVNC Server you must obtain a license key. They are free for private use, and can be obtained from the RealVNC license page. Once you have filled in the form you will see the license key, and it will be emailed to you. Use it to license your software by typing in the following on your Raspberry Pi:
You can of course continue to use RealVNC for free, forever! Within your own network at home this is okay and safe, but if you want to be able to access your Raspberry Pi over the internet, then you will need to use encryption to ensure that nobody else is able to intercept what you are seeing. For this you will need to obtain a 'Personal' license from RealVNC. This costs only £19 and is for life too, but well worth it if you want to use encryption, better performance, sharing printers and file transfer. To obtain the license, visit the RealVNC website.
Copy the license key from the email and add it to your ownCloud in the enterprise trial window. You can now test enterprise apps and extensions for 30 days free of charge and without any risk. If you have questions or need further information, you can contact us at any time.Start enterprise trialContact usCan we assist with set-up and installation?Contact us for support and deployment!Contact usGet a quoteiDocumentationLearn how to get started and set-up your ownCloud server. Visit our admin and user manuals for instructions.
Use the links below to get started. All editions of RealVNC (Free, Personal, and Enterprise) are installed from the same download; features are unlocked using the appropriate license key. So, after downloading, you have to register your e-mail address to get a license key, even for the Free Edition.
TightVNC is free and runs on all current versions of Microsoft Windows, as well as UNIX and Linux. Apple Mac computers and mobile phones are not natively supported, although there is a Java version of TightVNC that can run on any system with the Java platform installed. TightVNC does not support encryption, remote printing, or chat, but it does support window scaling and file transfer. The project is supported by a Russian company named GlavSoft.
While formally still in beta, PuTTY is the most common SSH client for Windows. It also supports asynchronous communications, and is recommended by Microsoft as a replacement for HyperTerminal (which is no longer included with Windows). It has also been recommended by Cisco for connecting to Cisco security devices via SSH from a Windows-based computer. PuTTY was developed by Simon Tatham, and is available free for download on his personal website.
After installing RealVNC on a machine, you need to obtain a free license key from the product page. After receiving the license code, enter it in the pertaining field during configuration setup and click Next.
In November 2016, RealVNC released the updated version of their software, now called VNC Connect (version 6.0). The new version introduces a cloud connection option using a subscription-based pricing model. Users can choose between three subscription levels; Home (free for non-commercial use), Professional and Enterprise. Home and Professional subscriptions are cloud connections only. The Enterprise subscription supports hybrid connections that include the traditional direct (peer to peer) connections and/or cloud connections.
If you're using Plottr for desktop, you can update your license key within the app via the Plottr Dashboard (Dashboard > Account). Please watch the video or follow the instructions below:
You can download and use MobaXterm Home Edition for free. If you want to use it inside your company, you should consider subscribing to MobaXterm Professional Edition: this will give you access to much more features and the "Customizer" software. Features comparison
This section shows how to install Moon limited to 4 parallel browser sessions. Detailed information on installing a license key allowing to activate more parallel sessions is shown in Installing License section.
Multiple Kubernetes namespaces. Moon 1.x allows to run all browsers in one Kubernetes namespace. However, the same Moon cluster is often being used by different teams. A common problem is limiting the maximum number of browsers available for every team. Limiting the number of browsers is the same as limiting the number of CPUs and memory available for every team. Kubernetes solves this problem by introducing namespaces. Namespaces can be considered as projects that can have some limited number of computing resources assigned by Kubernetes administrator. In Moon 2.x you can create an unlimited number of separate namespaces for browsers, one for every team, and then configure Moon to launch browsers in these namespaces. This gives Kubernetes administrator full control of resources consumption for every team. From the license key perspective - you are still using one license key for all these namespaces. In Moon 1.x in order to use separate namespaces for different teams you had to install a separate Moon instance to every namespace and use a different license key for every such instance. This sometimes prevented teams from requesting more browsers during the peak load. In Moon 2.x one big license key is automatically shared between namespaces and thus if licenses are available, every team during the peak load can request more browsers than it usually needs. Detailed description of how it looks like is provided in Architecture section.
Session name is a free-form value allowing to describe purpose of the session in the UI. Usually this value contains test case name. To change session name - use name capability for Selenium or name parameter for Playwright, Cypress or developer tools, e.g.:
Session labels are free-form key-value pairs allowing to put additional metadata on every browser session. This can be for example build number, project name, release information and so on. To add labels - use labels capability for Selenium or configure labels in browsers set. Every label requested to be set by Moon is converted to a Kubernetes label added to respective browser pod. User interface is using exactly the same syntax of label selectors that is supported by Kubernetes. For example, having project and buildNumber labels set to some browser session you can use expressions like this:
Running Selenium tests on complicated platforms such as MacOS or iOS. According to license agreement these platforms require Apple hardware devices, and it is complicated to run Kubernetes on top of these devices.
According to license agreement you can use up to 4 parallel sessions for free and for unlimited period of time. If you wish to have more parallel sessions - order a license key. This section describes how to list and install license keys. A limited duration trial license key with more parallel sessions can be generated on Moon website.
Moon 2.x supports sharing the same license key among several Kubernetes namespaces and in the majority of cases a single license key should be enough. However, in some cases you may want to use a separate Moon instance and a separate license key for some teams. To achieve this:
In some cases you still may want to store license key in a Kubernetes secret and allow Moon to automatically read license key from this secret. To achieve this we provide a dedicated component called license-ops. This component is a Kubernetes job that reads license key contents from configured secret and automatically updates custom Kubernetes resource being used by Moon. To enabled license-ops you need to install one more Helm chart:
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