Whether CT6000 supports dual-screen display


CT6000 supports dual-screen display but requires extra dual-screen connectors. CT6000 not only supports dual-screen display, but also duplicate and extend modes. For details, see:

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Method used to configure dual-screen displays for virtual desktops
The procedure for configuring dual-screen displays for virtual desktops is as follows: Prerequisites: Two monitors, a dual-screen cable, and a monitor cable 1. Use the dual-screen cable to connect the TC to the monitors. 2. On the TC login page, choose Start > Control Center > Display. 3. On the Settings tab page, deselect Optimum settings, set Display Mode to Extend, and select VGA for Primary Monitor. 4. On the DVI and VGA tabs, adjust Resolution and Refresh Rate so that their values are the same. For example, a 22-inch monitor is generally set to 1680 x 1050). 5. Contact the administrator to enable the dual-screen display policy for your VM in the management system.

Whether TCs support dual-DVI output (dual-screen)
Yes. Both CT5000 and CT6000 support dual-screen output. They provide one DIV-I port, which can be expanded into one DVI-D port and one VGA port by using a transfer cable. Because the number of TC ports is limited, more than two screens are not supported.

Whether a TC can simultaneously log in to multiple VMs and be displayed on multiple screens
A TC can simultaneously log in to multiple VMs and be displayed on multiple screens. For details about the configuration method, see: http://support.huawei.com/huaweiconnect/enterprise/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=262121 or http://support.huawei.com/huaweiconnect/enterprise/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=261825

Does the TE40 support dual streams, that is, simultaneous transmission of video and presentation?
The TE40 supports dual streams.

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