Install Thinfinity VirtualUI as a Gateway Role and look for the 'Thinfinity VirtualUI Gateway' shortcut in the Start Menu.
Its main menu has two sub-menus:
The File Menu is composed of the following options:
Display the Thinfinity VirtualUI Gateway logs.
Select the language you want Thinfinity VirtualUI to use.
Click to save any change done on the system Settings.
Click on this option to exit Thinfinity VirtualUI Gateway Manager.
The Help Menu is composed of the following options:
About Thinfinity VirtualUI
Click on the About to see the application version and build number.
In the main part of the manager, you will find the following options:
A list of the gateway's ports that a user can connect to in order to access this server's resources.
Add a new binding to the Gateway Bindings.
Edit the selected binding
Remove a binding Bindings list.
Navigates to the selected binding.
Enable external access in Windows Firewall
Adds the currently configured bindings on the Windows Firewall exception list. This is mandatory for certain Windows Firewall configurations.
The network ID identifies this installation. Thinfinity Remote Desktop Servers that want to share their resources through one or more Gateways must match their Network ID.
Press this button to see and/or change the Network ID. The default value is a random string but you can change it to something more descriptive.
Press to open the file with the Thinfinity VirtualUI log.
Always remember to press 'Apply' in order to save the changes.