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A thin client is a computer that primarily operates by using the resources provided a server. Common thin client protocols include RDP, X11, VNC, and Citrix ICA,

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VM client restart

I am using a wyse terminal (thin client) with xpe. I have disabled explorer in registry and replaced the shell with the vm client so at startup it looks like a windows logon but its VM view client ...
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Terminal Server Filling Up

I've inherited a terminal server and have found one major problem, the user profiles are filling up the C drive, I have 3.9 gigs free but that is going fast. I have a D drive on this server with ...
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Mac OS X multi-user thin client server (terminal server)?

Is there any solution out there to turn a Mac into a true multi-user thin client server? I'd like to set up a few cheap PCs with access to a couple accounts using something like VNC, but it isn't ...
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In what sort of environment do thin-client machines shine?

Are the use of thin-clients an appropriate substitute for full workstations? Are they meant for small-company IT use, or are they only useful for large implementations. What are the perks and ...
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Open source thin-client software

I have been looking for a open source alternate to windows thin-client terminals we use for remote desktop into a terminal server which is where users do all their work. I am often in the situation ...