Unlock Web Access for Your Windows Apps: Publish with Thinfinity VirtualUI in Workspace (7+)

How to publish a new VirtualUI Application in Thinfinity Workspace

Product: Thinfinity Workspace
Version: 7 and above

Introduction

Thinfinity VirtualUI is a software solution that transforms Windows applications into web-based apps, allowing users to access and interact with these applications through a web browser without the need for extensive code modifications, improving accessibility and usability across multiple platforms.
The purpose of this article is to guide new users on how to publish a new VirtualUI Application in Thinfinity Workspace. This is an essential step in providing easy access to Windows applications through a Web browser.

Publishing a VirtualUI Application from a browser

Before Publishing your application with Thinfinity Workspace you must integrate it and compile it with VirtualUI Server. In order to do this, please refer to the KB article Thinfinity VirtualUI: Integration with Different Coding Languages.

Accessing and Logging In to Thinfinity Workspace Portal

  • First, open an HTML5 capable browser, navigate to the Workspace Portal and click Sign In.

  • Next, enter your Username and Password, and then click Sign In.


Creating the Profile

  • Click on +New Profile.

  • Select Application and click Next.

  • Here, you must choose the type of application that you want to publish. Select VirtualUI App and click Next.

  • In the Program path and file name field, type the full path to the executable file of the application you want to access (e.g. C:\Windows\System32\Notepad.exe). Optionally, you can change the app icon. When finished, click Next.

  • Type a Name for the profile and then click Done.

  • Finally, click Commit to save the changes to the profile.
You can create more profiles and commit all the changes at once when done.



Making additional configurations to the profile (optional)

  • If you want to make changes to the profile configuration, click on the more button on top of the connection icon, and then click Edit.

  • Here you can perform advanced configurations. If you make any change, click on Save and Commit the change.


Testing the VirtualUI Application

  • Once the profile is configured, click the Application Icon to open a virtualized application session.

  • You are now ready to start working with the Virtualized Application.


Conclusion

In summary, this document serves as a starting guide for publishing a VirtualUI application in Thinfinity Workspace, which is critical for new users to conveniently access Windows applications via web browsers. VirtualUI's transformative capabilities improve accessibility and usability across multiple platforms, marking a significant advancement in the modernization of application interactions.
If you have any further inquiries or need additional support, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Our team is always available to help address any questions or concerns you may have.

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