This download record includes the install files for the server, hub, and client software for the Intel Unite® app version 4.2.34962.
- Windows 11 Family*, Windows 10 Family*
- Size: 304.7 MB
- SHA1: 227DD8013B8BF80122137B77B90168A34B8D58DF
Use these files to install version 4.2.34962 of the Intel Unite® app.
The Intel Unite® app involves three components:
- The server is used to distribute PINs, provide alerts, and so on.
- The collaboration hub connects to the conference room display and accepts incoming connections.
- The client systems can connect to collaboration hubs, or host peer-to-peer meetings.
Note: It is recommended to work with an Intel® Technology Provider when adding the Intel Unite app to your environment. Intel Technology Providers can provide valuable guidance and assistance when you configure the Intel Unite app.
Which files do you need?
The Intel Unite app installation files are included in the Intel_Unite_Solution_build4.2.34780.zip download file. Download the attached file and unzip the file to extract the installation files.
The enterprise configuration includes the following installation files:
- Intel_Unite_Client_v4.2.34962.46_x64.mui.msi - 64 bit client installer
- Intel_Unite_Client_v4.2.34962.46_x86.mui.msi - 32 bit client installer
- Intel_Unite_Hub_v4.2.34962.46_x64.mui.msi - hub installer
- Intel_Unite_Server_v4.2.34962.46_x86.mui.msi - server installer
Additionally, the following installers are included in the download:
- Intel_Unite_Extended_Display_v1.1.352.157_x86.mui.msi - optional Extended Display driver for Intel Unite® client systems
You can find additional details in the following guides:
Intel Unite® Solution Deployment Guide
Intel Unite® Cloud Service Deployment Guide
Intel Unite® Solution User Guide
Intel Unite® Cloud Service User Guide
Intel Unite® Solution Quick Start Guide
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