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<center> <span style="color: #990000;"><big>'''myViewBoard<br>Display for Windows'''</big></span>
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<center> <span style="color: #990000;"><big>'''myViewBoard Display'''</big></span>  
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<div style="width:99%;text-align:center;height:auto;text-align:center;line-height:30px;border-top:solid 2px #eee;"><span class="iconify" data-icon="ic:baseline-history" data-inline="false"></span>'''[[MyViewBoard Display Release History|Release History]]''' <span class="iconify" data-icon="ic:baseline-history" data-inline="false"></span></div></div></div></div>
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'''myViewBoard Display for Windows''' allows users to mirror their desktop wirelessly to supported [https://manuals.viewsonic.com/ViewSonic_User_Guide_Database Interactive Flat Panels (IFP) and Wireless Presentation Displays (WPD)]. myViewBoard Display can be installed manually on any displays that run Windows 10. Once it is installed on a device, users will only need to use a compatible browser to start mirroring their device screen to the host.  
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'''myViewBoard Display for Windows''' turns any device into a wireless display that can be shared to with just a code and password. For example, an Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) can become a display that any other device with a suitable web browser can use to display their screen. The host screen runs Display for Windows, while any phone, PC, Mac, or tablet with an internet connection can use a suitable browser to share their screen, without wires or downloading any software.
  
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There is also a [[myViewBoard Display for Android|version for Android]].
  
==Prerequisites==
 
  
Verify that the host device meets the following requirements:<br>
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==System requirements==
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===For installing Display===
'''''myViewBoard Display for Windows minimum requirements''''':
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'''''Minimum requirements'''''
 
* OS: Windows 10
 
* OS: Windows 10
 
* Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD equivalent
 
* Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD equivalent
 
* Architecture: x64
 
* Architecture: x64
* RAM: 4G
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* RAM: 4GB
* Bandwidth: 10 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
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* Network: 10 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
 
* Must have open access to the public internet
 
* Must have open access to the public internet
* User must have enough rights to install on the device
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'''''myViewBoard Display for Windows recommended requirements''''':
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'''''Recommended requirements'''''
 
* OS: Windows 10
 
* OS: Windows 10
 
* Processor: Intel Core i5 or AMD equivalent
 
* Processor: Intel Core i5 or AMD equivalent
 
* Architecture: x64
 
* Architecture: x64
* RAM: 8G
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* RAM: 8GB
* Bandwidth: 25 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
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* Network: 25 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
 
* Must have open access to the public internet
 
* Must have open access to the public internet
* User must have enough rights to install on the device
 
  
  
'''''Devices that will cast to myViewBoard Display for Windows must meet the following requirements:'''''
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* Operating system must be Windows 10, MacOS or ChromeOS
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* Must have the latest version of Google Chrome, Chromium or Microsoft Edge Chromium browser installed
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* There must be a stable internet connection; bandwidth: 25 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
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'''''Minimum requirements'''''
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* OS: Windows 10
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* Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD equivalent
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* Architecture: x64
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* RAM: 4GB
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* Network: 10 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
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* Must have open access to the public internet
  
  
It is recommended to have the following ports open:
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'''''Recommended requirements'''''
* TCP Port 443 (HTTPS) outbound
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* OS: Windows 10
* UDP and TCP port 3478 bidirectional to the WebRTC servers
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* Processor: Intel Core i5 or AMD equivalent
* UDP Ports 50,000 – 65,535 (RTP/sRTP/RTCP) bidirectional to the WebRTC servers
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* Architecture: x64
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* RAM: 8GB
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* Network: 25 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
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* Must have open access to the public internet
  
These ports are optional. If blocked, media will be proxied using TURN on port 3478.
 
  
==Installing {{MVB}} Display for Windows==
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===For sharing to Display===
myViewBoard.com provides links to download the myViewBoard Display for Windows app:
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* OS: Windows 10, MacOS, Android or ChromeOS.
 
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* Browser: latest version of Google Chrome, Chromium or Microsoft Edge. Safari is not supported.
# Sign-in to http://myViewBoard.com.
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* Network: stable 25 Mbps, wired ethernet connection recommended where possible.
# Once signed in, click {{Icon Image|mdi-light:download|true}} '''''Download''''' on the top toolbar.
 
# On the next page, locate and click {{MVB}} Display to start the download.
 
# Select a location to save the downloaded file. <br>If the file was downloaded on a different device, copy the downloaded file to the display. 
 
# Locate the downloaded file and click Install.  
 
# Wait for the installation to finish.
 
 
 
 
 
Alternatively, you can download the installation file by clicking the link below:
 
* {{Icon Image|carbon:download}} [https://dl.myviewboard.com/latest?display_windows myViewBoard Display for Windows]
 
 
 
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|1=For more information how to download myViewBoard applications visit [[Downloads|Download wiki page]].
 
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==Using {{MVB}} Display for Windows==
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===Network ports===
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* TCP Port 443 (HTTPS) outbound.
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* UDP and TCP port 3478 bidirectional to the WebRTC servers.
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* UDP Ports 50,000 – 65,535 (RTP/sRTP/RTCP) bidirectional to the WebRTC servers.
  
To start myViewBoard Display on the device:
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''These ports are optional. If blocked, media will be proxied using TURN on port 3478.''
  
# Turn on the device.
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==Download myViewBoard Display for Windows==
# Click the Display icon [[File:Icon_Display.svg|40px|link=]]. <br/>If the Display icon is not on the home menu, tap the settings menu and look for the Display icon.
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[[File:Header download icon.svg|30px|link=]] Download Display from [https://myviewboard.com/download/ myviewboard.com here]. The file is under 70 MB.
# Wait for the Display app to launch.
 
# Note the Display Code and 4-digit number One Time Password.
 
#* Each device is assigned a unique ID.
 
#* The password updates every 30 seconds.
 
  
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==Open Display==
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# Make sure the device is turned on and has an internet connection.
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# Press Windows key + S to open search, and type '''myViewBoard Display'''
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# Click on the [[File:Icon_Display.svg|40px|link=]] Display app to open.
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# Once loaded, a code and password will be displayed on screen.
  
To mirror a desktop using myViewBoard Display:
 
  
# On the user's device, open a compatible browser and go to http://myviewboard.com/display
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==Share screen to a device with Display==
# Type the Display Code and One Time Password shown on the device. <br/>Note that the password changes every 30 seconds.
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# First make sure myViewBoard Display is open on the device you want to share your screen to (see above).
# Click Send my screen to Display.
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# On the device you want to share the screen from, go to [https://myviewboard.com/display/ myviewboard.com/display].
# If you have multiple screens, you may need to specify which screen you want to display.
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# Enter the Display Code and One Time Password for the device you wish to share to. Note that the password refreshes every 30 seconds.  
# If successful, the user's desktop should now be mirrored on the device. 
 
  
  
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MVB-Display.png|myViewBoard Display default screen
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Display_for_windows_UI.png|myViewBoard Display default screen
 
MVB-Display-IFP.png|Use a laptop to connect to myViewBoard Display for Windows   
 
MVB-Display-IFP.png|Use a laptop to connect to myViewBoard Display for Windows   
 
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If you have issues connecting, check the following:
 
If you have issues connecting, check the following:
* Verify that both the device and the connecting desktop have a stable network connection.
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* Both the device and the connecting desktop have a stable network connection.
* Check if the One Time Password has not yet expired.   
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* Check if the One Time Password has expired, and enter the new one if it has.   
 
* myViewBoard Display for Windows supports 1:1 mirroring. This means that each session must be between one device and one client only.
 
* myViewBoard Display for Windows supports 1:1 mirroring. This means that each session must be between one device and one client only.
 
  
 
==Related Media==
 
==Related Media==
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Revision as of 09:28, 19 July 2021

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myViewBoard Display for Windows turns any device into a wireless display that can be shared to with just a code and password. For example, an Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) can become a display that any other device with a suitable web browser can use to display their screen. The host screen runs Display for Windows, while any phone, PC, Mac, or tablet with an internet connection can use a suitable browser to share their screen, without wires or downloading any software.

There is also a version for Android.


System requirements

For installing Display

Minimum requirements

  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD equivalent
  • Architecture: x64
  • RAM: 4GB
  • Network: 10 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
  • Must have open access to the public internet


Recommended requirements

  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 or AMD equivalent
  • Architecture: x64
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Network: 25 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
  • Must have open access to the public internet


Minimum requirements

  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i3 or AMD equivalent
  • Architecture: x64
  • RAM: 4GB
  • Network: 10 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
  • Must have open access to the public internet


Recommended requirements

  • OS: Windows 10
  • Processor: Intel Core i5 or AMD equivalent
  • Architecture: x64
  • RAM: 8GB
  • Network: 25 Mbps; a wired connection is preferred
  • Must have open access to the public internet


For sharing to Display

  • OS: Windows 10, MacOS, Android or ChromeOS.
  • Browser: latest version of Google Chrome, Chromium or Microsoft Edge. Safari is not supported.
  • Network: stable 25 Mbps, wired ethernet connection recommended where possible.

Network ports

  • TCP Port 443 (HTTPS) outbound.
  • UDP and TCP port 3478 bidirectional to the WebRTC servers.
  • UDP Ports 50,000 – 65,535 (RTP/sRTP/RTCP) bidirectional to the WebRTC servers.

These ports are optional. If blocked, media will be proxied using TURN on port 3478.

Download myViewBoard Display for Windows

Header download icon.svg Download Display from myviewboard.com here. The file is under 70 MB.

Open Display

  1. Make sure the device is turned on and has an internet connection.
  2. Press Windows key + S to open search, and type myViewBoard Display
  3. Click on the Icon Display.svg Display app to open.
  4. Once loaded, a code and password will be displayed on screen.


Share screen to a device with Display

  1. First make sure myViewBoard Display is open on the device you want to share your screen to (see above).
  2. On the device you want to share the screen from, go to myviewboard.com/display.
  3. Enter the Display Code and One Time Password for the device you wish to share to. Note that the password refreshes every 30 seconds.



Troubleshooting

If you have issues connecting, check the following:

  • Both the device and the connecting desktop have a stable network connection.
  • Check if the One Time Password has expired, and enter the new one if it has.
  • myViewBoard Display for Windows supports 1:1 mirroring. This means that each session must be between one device and one client only.

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