If you're here, it's because you should have been invited to an organization.
This article will gives you the step to follow to start using Flaneer correctly.
An email has been sent to you via email containing a temporary password (if there’s none, check your spam folder).
You can use this on https://app.flaneer.com to log in and enter a new password.
✍️ If you haven't received an email, or you can't access your account, please:
In the Workstations Tab, you can see the workstations you have access to.
✍️ If you don’t see any, it means your administrator hasn’t added you to any workstations.
If the workstation you want to connect to is off, you can turn it on by clicking on the settings button of the workstation
You can directly click on the button “Open in browser”:
A new tab will open and, after loading your settings, you will be connected to a machine.
It is possible that your browser blocks the opening of the tab, in this case, you must allow it.
To use the local app to stream Flaneer, you must first download and install the NICE DCV 2022.0 Client at this link.
Choose the right version for your computer, it is available for Windows, MacOS & Linux.
After the installation, you can simply click on “Open in the local app”.
Your browser will ask you if you want to open the app from the browser, select yes. The app will then automatically open and connect you to the machine.
To see your files, simply go to the Files page.
You will be able to manage your files and your folders (upload, download, delete), and find them in the same format when launching a streaming session :
Find out more informations about files here.
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