It depends. If you’re saying on the hosted side, clearly not, because it’s Windows virtual desktop, not anybody else’s. So, if you want to know what clients can access your Windows desktops, then it’s yes to all of them. There’s a Windows, a Mac and a Lennox desktop client. There’s an Android and an IOS mobile client and any modern web browser that supports HTML 5 can also access it. So you can get to your Windows desktops with pretty much any internet connected device that any sane person would try to use.
But, a native Mac application, running on a Mac wouldn’t necessarily be able to run on this unless it could run on Windows. It would absolutely not work period unless you have a Mac emulator running in Windows on your Windows host, which, sure. I mean the actual software running on the host servers is Windows 10. So the only way Mac is going to run on it is if you have a way to run your Mac application on a Windows machine. If you could do that then yes, it is supported. The key to remember, is at the core of this thing, it is Windows 10 that is running as the host.
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