Using Remote Session Services in Domain Mode
When you use the Remote Session Services feature in domain mode, Reflection X creates a distributed session, which means that some session components run on a remote domain node, not on the workstation running X Manager for Domains. This configuration enables some features that are not available in a basic session including:
The ability to suspend and resume sessions.
Improved performance in high latency or low bandwidth networks.
Fault tolerance to ensure that a session remains running even if a workstation is disconnected due to a power or network failure.
To support any of these options, you need to configure a domain node, as described in the next procedure.