HP Remote Graphics Software
Go out and get inspired. No matter where your professional 3D graphics applications are installed, run them flawlessly, securely, and instantly from any location on any PC.1
With HP RGS 7.0.1 you can experience workstation class productivity from a Windows 8 tablet* by turning swipes into hot keys, pinches into zooms, and taps and presses into precise onscreen mouse clicks.
Share your Windows or Linux workstation screen with multiple users simultaneously — grant view-only or full interactive access.
Workstation class mobility even on a tablet
Get complete remote access to the full power of your workstation and your professional workstation-class applications when off-site1, even when using a tablet.*
Benefit from unlimited remote access
High performance compression enables real-time visualization for graphic-heavy applications.
Advanced video compression
Expand the reach of remote workstation access with the massive reduction – up to 50% in some cases – in required bandwidth for RGS connections.
Get the best possible remote experience, even when using poor network connections, with HP Velocity 2.1, built directly into HP RGS.
Windows® and Linux®
Enjoy cross-platform access with support for both of these desktop environments.
Open GL and Direct X
HP RGS offers full 3D graphics API support for workstation-class performance.
RGS sends pixels not data. So regardless of what application you're using, RGS just works.
Access one or many workstations with Directory Mode using a single sign-on.
Multiple displays with resolution and layout matching
HP RGS auto-sets resolution and multi-display settings to match the receiver's system2.
Virtually attach a USB device to a remote system with local control and access3.
No extra hardware
This software-only solution allows deployment without additional infrastructure costs. And it's included at no charge on HP Personal Workstations.
|RGS Tech Specs|
|System requirements||Sender and receiver systems require 1.5 GHz or greater processor with SSE2 multi-media instruction extension, 32-bit color display adapter and 512 MB minimum RAM.|
|Supported operating systems|
|Support||HP Support Site|
|Download HP Remote Graphics Software|
|HP RGS is available free and preloaded on HP desktop and mobile Z Workstations and is available for purchase for other HP and non-HP systems.|
HP RGS 7.0.1 Sender and ReceiverFree for HP desktop and mobile Z Workstations
|Download for WindowsDownload for Linux|
RGS Sender on other hardware requires license
|Standard license (F9L57AAE)Floating license (F9L51AAE)|
HP RGS 7.0.1 Receiver onlyFree download for all system types
|Download for WindowsDownload for Linux|
Download previous version of HP RGS(Existing license required)
|Download previous version|
Not all features are available in all editions or versions of Windows. Systems may require upgraded and/or separately purchased hardware, drivers and/or software to take full advantage of Windows functionality. See http://www.microsoft.com .
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RGS is license-free on HP Z Workstations and ZBook Mobile Workstations.
* Windows 8 tablets only.
- Requires network connection. Performance dependent on network latency and image frame content.
- Match display layout not supported on Linux. Resolution matching on Linux may require additional X-server setup.
- Not all USB devices supported. Remote USB not supported on Linux Sender. See user guide for more on USB devices.