Blogging about Royal TS/X, Royal Server and Royal Passwords

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The past weeks have been crazy! As you may already know, we recently released new major versions of our core products, Royal TS for Windows, Royal TSX for OS X and a brand new product: Royal Server. The user feedback w...

Remark: This blog post is part of a series of posts explaining Royal Server and the new connection types we have introduced with Royal TS V3 beta (for Windows) and Royal TSX V2 beta (for OS X).

Here’s a complete li...

Remark: This blogpost is part of a series of blog posts explaining Royal Server and the new connection types we have introduced in Royal TS V3 for Windows and Royal TSX V2 for OS X. Here is a complete list of our blog...

Remark: This blogpost is part of a series of blog posts explaining Royal Server and the new connection types we have introduced in Royal TS V3 for Windows and Royal TSX V2 for OS X. Here is a complete list of our blog...

With our new major releases of Royal TS, Royal TSX and Royal Server around the corner we more and more get questions about licensing, software maintenance and pricing. In this blog post I want to explain in more detail h...

Back in the days, using Royal TS 1.7.x, it was possible to add an additional password to your document. With this second password admins could protect documents from modifications and also prevent users from reading pass...

Royal TS V3 beta is almost feature complete and the feedback in our forums is overwhelming! There are many great discussions and a lot of constructive feedback coming in.

After some more weeks of hard work, I decided...