Introducing the unique Single Sign-On solution for the Mitel IPT Workspace.

We believe that a simple tool such as Unilogon can efficiently save many hours a week in organisations were flexible work is a central requirement.

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Unilogon Overview

Extend your Virtual Desktop Infrastructure by adding IP telephony. Unilogon is a Mitel® IP Phone Single Sign-On (SSO) solution that instantaneously logs the end-user on his IP Phone as soon as he logs on to his MS Windows® Session.

More and more, workplace standards require features such as the Mitel® HotDesk™ so that the desktop user can take advantage of its own communication services everywhere she pleases in the office. Unilogon will help capturing the full potential of such office mobility features.


  • Unilogon Client side
    • Windows XP, Vista, 7 (32 or 64 bits)
    • Citrix VDI (Xen App, Xen Desktop)
    • VMware View
  • Unilogon Server side
    • Linux: Ubuntu, CentOS
    • Windows: 2008, 2003
    • Virtual machines supported (ESX 4, ESX 5)
  • VoIP side
    • IPBX: From Mitel® ICP 3300 V9 to MCD 6.x
      (upcoming Versions support)
    • All 52xx and 53xx Mitel Phones
  • Please Contact us if what you are looking for is not in the list, we might be able to help.

Watch it working in a VDI Environment

Many thanks to Source2cloud, one of our partners and resellers in the Netherlands, who took the time to elaborate this unique demonstration environment and shoot this video...


Why Unilogon ?

The many benefits of the Mitel HotDesk feature don’t have to be demonstrated anymore: flexible work, phone service security and identity, separation of the infrastructure from the service… But the HotDesk feature also introduces flaws Unilogon can cope with.  

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Efficient user experience

No time loss in repetitive log in and log out operations. No phone login learning curve.

Hit your SLAs

All calls received as soon as in the office.
Phones are automatically disconnected as soon as leaving the office (voicemail or rerouting).

Security policies

Without Unilogon, most employees would have chosen an “easy PIN” to remember, if one at all.