Centos using xmanager connection Remote Desktop

Xmanager is an easy to use high performance x Server software running on the Windows platform. It can seamlessly into the remote UNIX/Linux desktop on your Windows, even when your computer is on a network or behind a firewall, you can also use SSH protocol to run remote x applications.
Xmanager consists of multiple servers, multiple Visual and multiple monitor support, multiple users, multiple SSH and XDMCP session security, strengthen various functions. Xmanager offers a variety of advanced options for advanced users, for the first time to bring convenience to the user, provide a simple user interface. Xmanager Xmanager, Xconfig, Xbrowser, Xstart and various Utility component.
Xmanager is a PC x server program. Remote UNIX/Linux graphical applications which x clients can be imported to the Windows screen through Xmanager. Xstart and Xbrowser is used to run remote x applications, when you import a remote host is the entire GUI desktop running Xmanager. Create and manage Xmanager file Xconfig. Xmanager configuration file is used to set the window mode, font list, color and other Xmanager option. Xbrowser can find a remote UNIX/Linux host to login to a remote host using the XDMCP Protocol.
Xbrowser beyond the XDMCP session, integrating management Xstart, Xshell and Xftp sessions, and so on. Users can launch multiple sessions simultaneously, you can also create the shortcut icon of the host. Via Xstart the users PC to run remote x application, login to the remote host supports SSH, TELNET, and RLOGIN, REXEC, RSH and LOCAL agreements. Xstart can be used on the user‘s Windows PC to easily perform remote host command
Windows terminals that support multiple user environments
Supports multiple IP addresses
Support local resources database
By hot key to convert keyboard mapping
Supports Windows print function under Windows
Experiment software
XmanagerV5.0.0738 English Edition
Software installation
yum isntall -y gdm*
yum install xorg-x11-server-Xvfb*
vim /etc/inittab
ID:5:initdefault: modifying
vim /etc/gdm/custom.conf
AllowRemoteRoot=true modified
Enable=1 modified
netstat -tuplna | grep 177
UDP 0 0* 58235/gdm-binary call it a Linux server is configured
Client configuration
Names can be customfinished
See this screenshot of successful