Installing the Velocity Client
The Velocity Client can be installed on devices using Android OS, version 4.4 or newer, or devices using Windows 10.
Donwload the Velocity app from the Play Store (for Android) or from the Velocity downloads page. If you install from the Play Store, the device or the user may update the app without your approval when Ivanti releases new versions.
The app file can also be distributed to devices using Ivanti Avalanche or another device management application. For more information, see the Avalanche User Guide on the Ivanti website.
1.If the device has the Google Play Store installed, you must make sure the device allows installation of non-Play Store applications. This option is frequently named Unknown sources under Settings > Security.
2.Using the device, open a browser and navigate to the Velocity downloads page on the Ivanti website. Download the latest Client appropriate for the device type.
3.View the device Notifications by pulling down the status bar. When the Client download is complete, tap the notification to install the Client.
4.The installation screen appears. Tap Install.
5.The app is installed. Tap Open to launch the Velocity Client, or tap Done.
1.Using the device, open the Google Play Store and search for Ivanti Velocity.
2.Select Ivanti Velocity from the list.
1.Using the device, open a browser and navigate to the Velocity downloads page on the Ivanti website. Download the latest Client appropriate for the device type.
2.Run the installer. You may be prompted to install .NET. If you are prompted to install .NET, you must reboot before you can complete the installation.
If you're using Speakeasy for Velocity to perform speech-to-text and text-to-speech functionality, you must include the Speakeasy app on devices using the Velocity Client.
Download the Speakeasy for Velocity (Android) app from the Speakeasy downloads page. Use the same method to install the Speakeasy app that you did to install the Velocity Client. However, once the Speakeasy app is installed, you do not need to run it separately.
The language used for Velocity speech-to-text and text-to-speech depends on the selected language of the Android device. To change languages, users must alter this from the Settings app.
When you have finished installing the client, you can configure it from the device, using the Rapid Modernization website, or from the Velocity Console.
If you have an existing Terminal Emulation .wltna file or if the configuration is simple, use the Rapid Modernization website to convert the file to a Velocity configuration file.
For advanced configuration, install the Velocity Console to create a configuration file. For information on installing the Console, see Installing or Upgrading the Velocity Console. For information on configuring options for the Velocity client, see Configuring Host Profiles.