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GlinkProxy for Windows version 1.8 is now available!

In this version we have added the possibility to fully manage a GlinkProxy server started as a scheduled task and running in background from the monitor. All administration functions are available, including configuration, view session list and kill sessions.

The upgrade is free for customers who purchased earlier versions of GlinkProxy with support.


What is new in version 1.8.0

  • GlinkProxy monitor can now fully manage a background server

  • Validated on Windows 11

  • Minor corrections and improvements

In this version we have added the possibility to fully manage a GlinkProxy server started as a scheduled task and running in background. All administration functions are available, including configuration, view session list and kill sessions. You can also run the monitor on a different server than the one running GlinkProxy. Version 1.8.0 is validated on Windows 11.


GlinkProxy is a server application designed to provide persistent host connections for Glink clients running on Windows, iOS and Android platforms where the connection from the client device is unreliable. This may be because the device enters sleep mode or goes out of Wi-Fi range. If the client connection to the proxy server is lost for some reason, the server will retain the connection to the host. This allows the client to reconnect to the server again and continue seamlessly from the point at which the connection was lost.


Contact us if you are interested in the new version.


For more information see: GlinkProxy

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