Feature Guide for Upgrading from Reflection X version 13 or 14

If you are upgrading from legacy Reflection X products (version 13 or 14), use the following tables to find features in Reflection X Advantage.

Client Settings

Legacy Reflection X client files (*.rxc) are migrated automatically to Reflection X Advantage X Clients and XDMCP Connections the first time you run Reflection X Advantage. See Upgrading from Legacy Reflection X.

Reflection X version 13 or 14

Reflection X Advantage

Client file (.rxc)

All settings are saved to the Reflection X Advantage database

X Client connection settings
such as Method, Host name, User name, Password, and Command

 

Client Definition

Advanced client connection settings

Client Definition > select a Connection method >click Advanced.

Secure Shell authentication and encryption

Client Definition > Connection method = Secure Shell > Advanced button

Secure Shell key management

Tools > Secure Shell User Keys,
Tools > Secure Shell Host Keys

XDMCP connection settings

XDMCP Connection Definition

Server Settings

Legacy Reflection X server settings are stored in the Windows registry. These settings are migrated automatically to Reflection X Advantage session definitions the first time you run Reflection X Advantage. Server settings are migrated to a session definition called "config." (If you created any new X Server Instances, these settings are migrated using the name you provided.)

Reflection X version 13 or 14

Reflection X Advantage

Window Manager

 

 

Window mode >

Microsoft Windows desktop or

X terminal desktop

General >

Show clients on my desktop or

Show clients on X terminal desktop

Display

 

 

X display number

Display > Require display number (By default, Reflection X Advantage dynamically chooses a display number based on available ports.)

X Screen

 

 

Number of X screens > Specify total number

Display
Click plus (+) in the title bar of the Screen Definition table to add a screen.

 

Virtual width pixels

Display > Screen Definition table > Virtual Width (Pixels)

 

Virtual height pixels

Display > Screen Definition table > Virtual Height (Pixels)

 

MM width dimension

Display > Screen Definition table > > Width (mm)

 

MM height dimension

Display > Screen Definition table > Height (mm)

 

Place it on monitor(s)

Display > Screen Definition table > Monitor

 

Full size (no title bar)

Display > Screen Definition table > Hide Title Bar

Server

 

 

Backing store
Save unders

Display > Backing store

 

Enable X11R3 bug compatibility

Display > Permit X11R3 bugs

 

Exit when last client closed

General > On last client > Stop session and exit X Manager

 

Confirm close when clients are connected

File > Preferences > On exiting X Manager > Prompt

 

Extensions

Extensions

 

Log file

Log files

 

Log X protocol errors

Logging > Log X protocol errors

Fonts

 

 

Font path

Fonts > Server font path

 

Allow font scaling

Fonts > Allow font scaling

 

Log font activity

Logging > Log font activity

 

Try font server on client host

Fonts > Use font server on X client host

 

Allow font substitution

Fonts > Allow font substitutions

Color

 

 

Default visual type

Display> Screen Definition table > Default Visual Type

 

Colormap preallocation

Display > Screen Definition table > Black and White Pixels and Allocate B&W in Client Maps

 

Set maximum colormaps to 1

Display > Set maximum colormaps to 1

 

Advertise linear visuals

Display > Screen Definition table > Linear Visuals

 

Advertise single depth visuals

Display > Screen Definition table > Single Depth Visuals

 

RGB Color file

Display > Color scheme > Edit > Import

Security

 

 

Host-based security

Security > Host-based authorization

 

Host access security file

Security > Authorized Hosts (this option is visible when Host-based authorization is enabled.)

 

User-based security

Security > User-based authorization

 

User authorization Duration

Security > Authorization timeout (this option is visible when User-based authorization is enabled.)

Network

 

 

Disable remote TCP/IP connections

Security > Allow remote IP connections

 

Enable keep alives

Advanced > Perform IP keep alives

 

Log server network activity

Logging > Log network activity

Keyboard settings

 

 

Backspace key sends

Keyboard > Backspace sends

 

Allow clients to remap keyboard

Keyboard > Permit X clients to remap the keyboard

 

Host keyboard

Keyboard > Keyboard Map (select a predefined keyboard)

 

Keyboard map

Keyboard > Keyboard Map > Edit (To create a custom keyboard map, start by cloning the default keyboard map.)

Mouse

 

 

Enable Mouse wheel scroll

Mouse > Mouse wheel scroll > Disable scroll wheel

 

Mouse wheel > Customize

Mouse > Mouse wheel scroll

 

Enable middle button emulation

Mouse > Enable middle button emulation

 

Middle button detection speed

Mouse > Middle button detection speed

Clipboard

 

 

Selection bound to clipboard

Display > Selection bound to clipboard

DBCS

 

 

Input Method

Keyboard > Native IME Support