NICE DCV 2017.0

Package Integrity
 

NICE DCV Packages are digitally signed. The secure signature ensures that the packages were produced by NICE and that they have not been altered.

On Windows, the MSI installer will automatically check the signature.

On Linux, packages are signed using GPG with the following key. Refer to the documentation for more information about importing the key and verifying the package signature.

 

Version:

Software

NICE DCV 2017.0 is available for different operating systems and computer architectures.

Read the "Installation and User Guide" for detailed information on how to install NICE DCV 2017.0

Select your operating system and architecture from the list below to get the latest NICE DCV 2017.0 packages for your computer.

Windows
NICE DCV 2017.0 Server (64 bit)

Version 2017.0-4334
Size: 35M
MD5SUM: 436cd7ad0708c1da2894b65b76d6a89c

NICE DCV 2017.0 Client

Version 2017.0-4334
Size: 12M
MD5SUM: a491472ea84674eff866bc29ece2bc0d

NICE DCV 2017.0 Client (portable)

Version 2017.0-4334
Size: 11M
MD5SUM: 376b410f463e133e678597119f0988a7

Linux
NICE DCV 2017.0 Server (EL7)

Version 2017.0-4334
Size: 12M
MD5SUM: 223a9d547cafef0560d7f9cc341c89df

NICE DCV 2017.0 Server (EL6)

Version 2017.0-4334
Size: 12M
MD5SUM: 87738c61f38b0741451ef45a56b60274

NICE DCV 2017.0 Server (SLES12)

Version 2017.0-4334
Size: 17M
MD5SUM: 976ea07d65bbce5ccab7d6603873ef64

 

To install NICE DCV 2017.0 read the documentation.

Documentation

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NICE DCV 2017.0 Guidepdf

 

If you want to run DCV on AWS EC2you may use CloudFormation template designed to help you get started with DCV 2017 on AWS on both Windows and Linux instances.