BSOFTINDIA APP DOCUMENTATION

GENERAL INFORMATION
Bsoftindia Prerequisites
Get Started
Bsoft App Editions
Activating Your License
Updating Bsoftindia App
Upgrading Bsoftindia App
Securing A Bsoftindia Apps Server
Long Term Support Versions
SERVER ADMINISTRATION
Server Management
Application Publishing
Assigning Applications To Users Or Groups
RemoteApp On Client Feature
Remote Taskbar And Desktops Themes
Floating Panel And Application Panel
File Transfer
Secured Folder Sharing
Open Files On Client Side
Open URLs On Client Side
REMOTE PRINTING
Universal Printer
Printing With Standard RDP…
CONNECTION MODES
Bsoftindia Connection Client
Portable Client Generator
App Client Program
Edit Or Delete The Parameter Of A Generated Client
Seamless And RemoteApp Connection…
Access Your Server On The Web
Built-In Web Server Management
Web Applications Portal
Remote App Plugin
Creating And Customizing HTML Web Access
Web Credentials
Using IIS (Microsoft Internet Information Server)
Using Apache
HTML5 CLIENT
MOBILE CLIENT (HTML5) Remote Connection
From An IPhone / IPad / Android Device
HTML5 Client: Supported Browsers
HTML5 Client: Using Gestures On Mobile Devices (Touch)
HTML5 Client: Using File Transfer
HTML5 Client: Using Clipboard
HTML5 Client: Using Two Languages
HTML5 Server Memory Usage
App
Bsoft App Configuration
SECURING WEB CONNECTION
Two-Factor-Authentication
Free And Easy-To-Install SSL Certificate
HTTPS & SSL Third Party Certificates Tutorial
Choosing Your Ciphers Suites To Enhance Security
LOAD-BALANCING / FARM MANAGEMENT
GATEWEY SERVERS
FARM FEATURES
ADVANCED FEATURES
PRODUCT
Advanced Features Security
SESSION
ADVANCED DOCUMENTATION
Web Application Portal: Parameters In URL Address
Close The Logon Form After Logon
Change The Logon Splashscreen
HTML Pages And Customization
Completely Customize The Web Access Page
Open The HTML5 Client In The Same Tab
Add A Custom HTTP Header
Enforce HTTPS Protocol
Enforce-Web-Portal
Web Autologon
Html5 Client Mobile Devices Resolution
Html5 Maximize The Browser Window
HTML5 Client: Parameters In URL Address
Bind Web Server To Several Network Cards
Mount A Logical Drive

SECURED FOLDER SHARING

SECURED FOLDER SHARING - FOLDER.EXE

THE FOLDER APPLICATION WILL SECURELY DISPLAY THE CONTENT OF A FOLDER THAT YOU WILL MAKE AVAILABLE FOR YOUR USERS.
FIRST, CREATE A FOLDER ON YOUR SERVER WITH APPLICATIONS OR DOCUMENTS THAT YOU WANT TO SHARE.
OPEN AN EXPLORER.EXE AND LOCATE THE FOLDER.EXE APPLICATION IN C:\PROGRAM FILES\BSOFT APP\USERDESKTOP\FILES:

Create a shortcut of this file. Edit the properties of this shortcut by right clicking on it.
Then modify the target path of the shortcut by entering the path of your applications folder on the “Target” line, after the original target path, for example:

“C:\Program Files\Bsoft App\UserDesktop\files\fold

er.exe” “C:\Shared Folder”

 

When you open the folder.exe shortcut, it should look like this (with your own documents and applications):

 

When you open the folder.exe shortcut, it should look like this (with your own documents and applications):

This shortcut can be copied to a user’s profile desktop folder or you can publish the folder.exe for a user as an application. If you do the latest, you will have to indicate the path of your folder in the Command Line option section:

PUBLISHING A SHARED FOLDER AS A UNIQUE APPLICATION :

Add a new application. In the display name type in the name of the shared folder or any name you want. Click on the browse button located on the right side of the “Path/Filename” field and locate C:\Windows\explorer.exe. The start directory will be filled in automatically with the path of explorer.exe. In the Command line option field, type in the path of the shared folder, it can be a local folder or a network shared folder using a UNC path (example : \data\shared folder) Fill in the field below with your shared folder information

:

Then click on “Save”.

Click on the “Assign application” tab. Check the Bsoft App Remote Taskbar and Shared Folder boxes:

Here is the result, when you open a session with an rdp client, you will see the Bsoft App taskbar with the shared folder application:

You can also do this with the floating panel. Open an admin tool and click on the “Assign application” tab. Check the Floating Panel and the Shared Folder boxes.

Here is the result: