Abbreviations and acronyms

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AD

Active Directory

AD DS

Active Directory Domain Services

AD-LDS

Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services

ALM

Annual License Model

ARR

Application Request Routing (Microsoft)

COM

Component Object Model

DLL

Dynamic Link Library

DMZ

Demilitarized Zone

DNS

Domain Name System

EMF

Enhanced Metafile (see glossary)

FR

Feature Release (ThinPrint)

GPO

Group Policy Object

GUI

Graphical User Interface

HA

High Availability

ICA

Independent Computing Architecture (the Citrix session protocol, see glossary)

ID

Identification (number)

IIS

Internet Information Services (Microsoft)

IPv4

Internet Protocol address space with 2^32 addresses; example: 192.168.1.1

IPv6

Internet Protocol address space with 2^128 addresses; example: 2001:0db8:85a3:08d3:1319:8a2e:0370:7344

LAN

Local Area Network

LPD

Line Printer Daemon (see glossary)

LPR

Line Printer Remote (see glossary)

LPT

Windows Line Printer Port

MMC

Microsoft Management Console

NAT

Network Address Translation

OU

Organizational Unit

Output Gateway

ThinPrint Output Gateway

PCL

Printer Command Language

PCoIP

PC over IP (VMware’s session protocol)

RAW

Standard Print Data Type

RDP / RemoteFX

Remote Desktop Protocol (Microsoft’s session protocol, see glossary)

SQL

Structured Query Language

SSL

Secure Socket Layer (see glossary)

TCP/IP

Transport Control Protocol/Internet Protocol

TLS

Transport Layer Security

TP

ThinPrint

UI

User Interface

UPN

User Principle Name

URL

Uniform Resource Locator (web address)

VC

Virtual Channel (= RDP, ICA or PCoIP)

VCG (VC Gateway)

Virtual Channel Gateway (ThinPrint)

VCP

Virtual Channel Protocol (= RDP, ICA or PCoIP)

VDI

Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (e. g. VMware Horizon View, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenDesktop)

V-Layer

Printer Virtualization Layer (ThinPrint)

WinCE

Windows CE

WinNT

Windows NT 4, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, 10, 2003, 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, 2012 R2, 2016

WMI

Windows Management Instrumentation (Microsoft)

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