On the Other tab, you can edit the following settings:

  • Network Level Authentication. Select this option to enable network level authentication, which will require the client to authenticate before connecting to the server.

  • Use Pre Windows 2000 Login Format. Select this option to use domain\user as the login format to log in to remote computer.

  • Override Device Name. Tap this option to set another name under which your iOS device will be displayed on the remote server.

  • Session Prelaunch. When you open a remote application or desktop, a session must first be launched. Launching a session can take time, which will result in waiting for the application to start. To improve user experience, a session can be launched ahead of time, before you actually open an application. When a session is prelaunched, it will all happen in the background, so you will not see any windows or message boxes on the screen. When you start an application, it will open using the prelaunched session, so it will start very quickly.

    You can choose one of the following:

    • Off. No session prelaunch is used.

    • Basic. A session is prelaunched as soon as you get the application listing. The assumption is, that you will open an application within the next few minutes. The session will stay active for 10 minutes. If you don't open an application during that time, the client will disconnect from the session.

    • Machine Learning. When the application listing is acquired, a session is prelaunched based on your habits. With this option enabled, Parallels Client will record and analyze your habits of launching applications on a given day of the week. A session is started a few minutes before you usually open an application.

Note: Published apps can be excluded from analysis. The apps for which your administrator enables the Exclude from session prelaunch option in the RAS Console settings are not taken into account.

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