The most popular remote desktop printing product on the market.
Scanning on your remote desktop server made easy.
Scan into your application from digital files instead of paper.
.NET PDF Printing library. Print all your PDF documents in a breeze.
Automate your PDF printing needs with a simple to use command line interface.
The simple way to scan from any TWAIN compatible device.
TSPrint solves your remote desktop printing needs, fast. With a simple installation and affordable licensing model, TSPrint is the leading remote desktop printing product in the market.
Standard TWAIN-compliant implementation makes this product essential for any RDS or Citrix environment. TSScan integrates seamlessly with your existing scanning workflow.
Not true! UniTwain acts as your virtual TWAIN device, allowing you to import common document types and image formats. Extend your physical scanner functionality with UniTwain's common image-editing tools.
We focus on simplicity, so you can focus on your app. With PDFPrinting.NET and only two lines of code, you`re ready to print out any PDF compliant document. Besides being simple to implement, it provides the options you need to get the results you want.
CLPrint provides you with a command line interface for your PDF Printing needs. With no learning curve, you can start printing your document right away. CLPrint can also automatically print any PDF appearing in a predefined folder.
Ever tried to implement scanning from a TWAIN device? It's a hassle and we know it. CLScan gets your documents scanned with an easy command line interface. Use the CLScan directly or implement in any application.
Read more about changes and new features coming with TSPrint 2.0. Get ready for the new age of Terminal Services printing!
PCoIP is now fully supported by our remote desktop printing and scanning products.
New version of PdfPrint 2.0 can print silently using installed Adobe in 32 bit Windows / console applications.
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