Univention Corporate Client 3.0

Univention Corporate Client (UCC) is a flexible and efficiently manageable operating system for PCs, notebooks, and thin clients in companies and institutions. The software contains a Linux-based desktop environment optimized for business use. It allows desktops to be adapted to hardware and intended applications. In addition, it can be managed conveniently and efficiently via a Web-based console. In comparison to other systems, it guarantees integrated administration procedures for users, clients, desktops, and permissions and effectively does away with the use of different, uncoordinated tools. It serves as a platform for access to remote desktop solutions and virtualized desktops as well as browser or terminal server-based applications.

Tags operating-system linux-distribution thin-client ubuntu pc terminal server notebook desktop-environment linux web-based
License Affero GPLv3
State historic

Recent Releases

3.024 Aug 2016 12:25 major feature: UCC will be discontinued by April 30, 2021. As an alternative you can already use the new Domain Join Assistant for Univention Corporate Server (UCS) that lets you integrate Ubuntu clients into UCS domains easily. Further information at: https://www.univention.com/2018/05/new-domain-join-assistant-allows-foolproof-integration-of-ubuntu-clients-into-ucs-domains/ May 22, 2018: UCC has now been replaced by the new Domain Join Assistant for the integration of Ubuntu clients in Univention Corporate Server. However, customers with a maintenance contract will receive UCC updates till April 30, 2021. More on the new Domain Join Assistant for UCS environments: https://www.univention.com/2018/05/new-domain-join-assistant-allows-foolproof-integration-of-ubuntu-clients-into-ucs-domains/
2.031 Jul 2014 08:34 major feature: This version includes an update to Kubuntu 14.04 and an assistant for the configuration and rollout of UCC, including the integration of Citrix receivers. UCC images can now be managed centrally within the Univention Management Console. Support for xrdp is now integrated and makes access to the KDE desktop faster, and possible from Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X systems. The UEFI boot standard is now supported, reducing boot time. The UCC image build tool has been improved and creates now more compact images.