You can obtain a 30-day trial license, as follows:
Leostream will send an email to the email address entered in the Free Trial form, with instructions on how to download the Connection Broker. After you install your Connection Broker, contact Leostream sales at +1 781-890-2019 x710 to obtain your trial license.
How you configure your Connection Broker – defining your authentication server, creating desktop centers, building pools, plans, and policies, and assigning policies to users – depends on your environment. See the Tutorials page for step-by-step setup guides that are most appropriate for your deployment.
See Getting Started with Leostream Concepts for information about Leostream terminology and for a general description of what happens when a user logs into Leostream.
The Connection Broker can authenticate users against Active Directory, NIS, and any authentication server that uses the standard OpenLDAP format. Use the Type drop-down menu to correctly set default values for the different types of supported authentication systems.
See "Chapter 5: Integrating with Authentication Servers" in the Connection Broker Administrator's Guide for complete instructions on adding the different types of authentication servers to your Connection Broker.
After installing Leostream Connect, you must run Leostream Connect as a user with administrator rights if you need to modify the Connection Broker address. Windows 7 requires elevated privileges to run Leostream Connect as an administrator.
To run Leostream Connect with the required privileges on Windows 7:
After Leostream Connect launches, you can access the Options dialog via the System Tray menu and change the Connection Broker address.
You can connect to a Linux desktop from either a Windows or Linux client. If connecting from a Linux client, install the Java version of Leostream Connect on the client device.
To define a protocol plan to use when connecting to Linux desktops: