DynaComm Connectivity Series
DynaComm Connectivity Series 11 (DCS 11) provides a scalable, flexible and comprehensive terminal emulation solution for Windows. Designed for Microsoft Windows platforms, DCS 11 supports a wide variety of standard and add-on emulations, file transfers and connectors, including SSH1, SSH2, and Transport Layer Security (TLS). DCS 11 is powered by an enhanced architecture that maximizes performance while minimizing memory requirements and disk footprint. Additionally, all host access can be accomplished within a single instance of the application.Buy Now
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 & 2008, Microsoft Windows 7, 8 & 10. (32 and 64 bit versions are supported)
Control and usage of DCS 11 can be placed completely in the hands of the administrator, end user or both—depending upon access rights given by the administrator. Additionally, the administrator can centrally control the location of user files (either on the server or individual PCs) and all host access. For detailed administrator information on DCS 11 in "Getting Started with DCS 11 for Administrators", click here.
With its menu editor, toolbar editor, attribute mapper, keyboard mapper and scripting language, all facets of DCS 11 can be customized to fit any enterprise environment. This allows seamless integration and eliminates the need to change the environment to fit the application.
DCS 11 includes the only event-driven scripting language in the marketplace. It provides consistent scripting across all emulations, affords users unrivaled application automation and allows extensive customization of the interface. In addition to the proprietary scripting language, DCS 11 offers support for Visual Basic 5.0. This allows a user to take full advantage of the power and flexibility of both environments.
DCS 11 is based on an extensible object-oriented architecture which offers a high degree of modularity and complete OLE compliance, including both container and server. This efficient architecture enables multiple host connections from a single instance of the application, while maintaining outstanding performance.