vMatrix 2.4.0 is released with hot spare & load balancing function and major fixes.

vMatrix 2.4.0 is released with several new management functions and major fixes to improve the reliability of the shared computing system.

Fixed: unable to login to system after upgrading to Windows 10 1903.
Fixed: smart card readers can not be recognized on a Windows 10 / Server 2019 host.
Fixed: a couple for composite USB devices can not be recognized.
Fixed: accelerator application may crash when a forbidden USB device is connected to the terminal device.
Fixed: terminal device screen may turn black if there are too many hosts are online.
Fixed: terminal devices may freeze on a network interruption.
Fixed: the “DAEMON” connection service may crash in some circumstances.
Fixed: the installation wizard prompts that the private disk path is empty.
Fixed: some special mouse pointer may cause terminal firmware to crash.
Fixed: terminal devices may occasionally fail to discover the host after logged out.
Fixed: the “unknown error 0x02” issue when logging into a Windows 7 / Server 2008R2 system with RemoteFX enabled.
Fixed: it takes a long time to start the server manager software in Windows XP.
Fixed: the “Do not show next time” button on the welcome page does not take effect.
Fixed: black screen after login to system when screen resolution was restricted to 1366×768.

Added: DNS configuration options at the network settings menu of device management.
Added: remote boot function to power on terminal devices from the server manager.
Added: server group configuration including hot spare and load balancing.
Added: allow local hostname not to be broadcasted so that the host can be hidden from the terminal devices’ login interface.


To update your current vMatrix Server Manager to the latest 2.4.0 version, please download the installation package at the download center.

You can overwrite the old installation files but make sure to DISABLE any Anti-Virus or Firewall software during the installation.

Terminal users will be disconnection during the update and you are required to reboot the system when completed.

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