Large-Scale deployment using Microsoft Windows Installer
Wildix offers MSI (Microsoft Windows Installer) packages for large-scale deployment on Per-Machine basis (multiple users on the same machine) for Windows, suitable in the deployments using Citrix, SCCM and Microsoft Terminal Server. You can use MSI packages to install Wildix applications across your enterprise using Windows system management software such as Systems Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).
Collaboration Native App
Collaboration native app offers the same features of web-based Collaboration.
no support for text-to-speech in live search, chat
no possibility to change the default webcam (in case more than one webcams are available) for video call in Collaboration and Wizyconf web conference
MSI file for Windows: (silent installation mode for Collaboration Windows app – no pop-up confirmation windows during the app installation)
callControlMode (optional) - login to Collaboration in call control mode
callBringToFrontMode (optional) - open minimized or closed in system tray/ menu bar Collaboration on incoming calls
allowInsecureConnections (optional) - allow non-secure connections in case of invalid SSL/TLScertificates
This sets the default settings for all users (note: if the user installs his/her host through the settings menu, the priority will be given to user settings and the admin will not be able to change them through the command line until the user removes the host).
Outlook Integration: Features: Outlook calendar sync with Collaboration, user presence, pictures sync with Outlook, click2call, IM, call popup, caller name lookup, live search in outlook contacts, URL to create / edit contact during a call. Documentation: Outlook integration for Microsoft Windows.
To enable the option, tick off the box "Keep Wildix Integration Service up to date" when completing WIService setup. Windows Task Scheduler checks for updates every day at 01:00-06:00 or after starting PC. If a new version is available, it downloads a new installation package and runs it in silent mode.
You can also pass enableAutoupdate parameter during installation via cmd:
To set the silent installation mode, run the command:
msiexec /i WildixTAPI-1.4.1.x64.msi /qn
To uninstall silently, run the command:
msiexec /x WildixTAPI-1.4.1.x64.msi /qn
Quality of Service Policy for Windows
You can use Quality of Service (QoS) Policy as a central point of networking bandwidth management across your entire Active Directory (AD) infrastructure by setting QoS profiles. Learn more aboutSetting QoS Policy for Windows.
Citrix / Microsoft Remote desktop (Windows Terminal Server)
Wildix TAPI driver works in:
Citrix environments with standalone server
Citrix environments with more than one srv using load balancing
To use browser content redirection with Chrome, add the browser content redirection extension from the Chrome Web Store. Click Add to Chrome in the Citrix Virtual App and Desktop 7 1808 environment (the extension is not required on the user’s client machine – only in the VDA).
Chrome v66 or higher
Browser content redirection extension
Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktops 7 1808 or higher
Citrix Workspace app 1809 for Windows or higher
This method works for individual users. To deploy the extension to a large group of users in your organization, deploy the extension using Group Policy:
Open your Group Policy Management console and go to User Configuration \ Administrative Templates\Classic Administrative Templates (ADM) \ Google\ Google Chrome \ Extensions. Enable the Configure the list of force-installed apps and extensions setting.
Click Show and type the following string, which corresponds to the extension ID. Update the URL for the browser content redirection extension.
Apply the setting and after a gpudate refresh, the user automatically receives the extension. If you launch the Chrome browser in the user’s session, the extension is already applied and they cannot remove it.
Any updates to the extension are automatically installed on the users’ machines through the update URL that you specified in the setting.
If the Configure the list of force-installed apps and extensions setting is set to Disabled, the extension is automatically removed from Chrome for all users.
Import of users and single Sign-on with Active Directory and Office 365
Single Sign-on with Active Directory and Office 365 is supported.