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Articles for the keywords: Secure Global Desktop
19 May 2017 Friday Spotlight: Security and Patch Updates to Secure Global Desktop [63589]
By: Jan Hendrik Mangold

Jan blogs, "We've now publicly released an important set of patch set updates for Oracle Secure Global Desktop (SGD) in parallel with Oracle's April 2017 Critical Patch Update (CPU). The patch set updates include security and stability fixes for SGD releases 5.3, 5.2 and 4.71.

The following reference documentation has been updated in parallel with these releases, and includes detailed information regarding the content of these updates for various platforms, as well as instructions for procuring and installing the patches in existing SGD deployments..."
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24 Apr 2017 Manual Installation and Launch of the SManual Installation and Launch of the SGD client GD client [62924]
By Janhendrik Mangold

Janhendrik blogs, "Oracle Secure Global Desktop (SGD) users running certain browsers (Mozilla Firefox 52.0 or later as well as Google Chrome) may report an inability to successfully connect to Secure Global Desktop. An alternative method is provided to mitigate impact to SGD users by manually starting the native SGD client (tcc on Windows, ttatcc on Linux, Solaris and OS X for example). Simply download the client for the appropriate OS from the server you want to connect to, install and launch the client..."
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24 Mar 2017 Friday Spotlight: Manual Installation and Launch of the SGD client [61835]
By Jan

Jan blogs, "Oracle Secure Global Desktop (SGD) users running certain browsers (Mozilla Firefox 52.0 or later as well as Google Chrome) may report an inability to successfully connect to Secure Global Desktop. An alternative method is provided to mitigate impact to SGD users by manually starting the native SGD client (tcc on Windows, ttatcc on Linux, Solaris and OS X for example). Simply download the client for the appropriate OS from the server you want to connect to, install and launch the client..."
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06 Feb 2017 Oracle Secure Global Desktop adds Oracle Linux 7 Support and Oracle VM Integration [60517]
By Honglin Su, February 6th, 2017

Honglin writes, "Oracle Secure Global Desktop (SGD) is the secure remote access solution for any cloud-hosted enterprise applications and desktops running on Microsoft Windows, Linux, Oracle Solaris and mainframe servers, from a wide range of popular client devices.

Recently, Oracle announced SGD 5.3 which introduces enhancements to complement your open cloud infrastructure, built on Oracle Linux and Oracle VM. Oracle Linux 7 is now a supported installation platform for the main SGD component and the SGD Gateway. The SGD Enhancement Module can now be installed on Oracle Linux 7 application servers..."
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01 Feb 2017 Oracle Secure Global Desktop Release 5.3 [60307]
By Jan, February 1st, 2017

Jan blogs, "Oracle Secure Global Desktop is a secure remote access solution for cloud-hosted enterprise applications and hosted desktops running on Oracle Linux and other Linux distributions, Oracle Solaris, Microsoft Windows, and mainframe servers..."

SGD Provides Secure Application Access:

  • Secure remote access to server-hosted applications and desktops
  • Supports a wide variety of application platforms and desktops, including web-based Oracle applications, Windows applications, mainframe and midrange applications, Windows and Linux desktops and more
  • Access from Linux, Solaris, Windows and Mac OS X computers, Apple iPad tablets, and Android devices
  • Certified for web-based Oracle applications and Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud

This release features many improvements over the previous release including Support for Oracle Linux 7 as a client, application server and infrastructure node for Oracle SGD server and gateway.
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