Posted On: Mar 28, 2023
NICE DCV version 2023.0 introduces multiple enhancements and features, such as support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9 and monitor selection for a full-screen remote session on Linux and macOS clients. NICE DCV is a high-performance remote display protocol that is designed to help customers securely access remote desktop or application sessions, including 3D graphics applications hosted on servers with high-performance GPUs.
NICE DCV version 2023.0 contains the following features and improvements:
- Monitor selection for Linux and macOS clients - users can now choose which local display should be used for a full-screen remote session
- Drag and drop file upload - to start a file upload, users can now use their mouse to drag and drop files from their local desktop to the DCV client window.
- Support for additional Linux distributions - the DCV server software adds support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux 9, Rocky Linux 9 and CentOS Stream 9. Please note that DCV only supports X11 display server protocol, the new Wayland protocol is not supported.
- Time zone redirection - users can now configure sessions on Linux hosts to use the client's local time zone
- QUIC transport updates - UDP-based QUIC transport was enhanced with image quality and performance optimizations.
- User Interface changes - Incremental changes to the User interface of macOS and Linux clients to unify the user experience across different platforms