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- Join Date
- Jan 2006
- Kenai, AK
Thin Client Help
I'm setting up a business network, there is going to be 3 computers. Computer A is the main focus of this thread, because it is going to act like a server, w/ PXE boot. So Comp. B & C boot both the OS, and apps from CompA. (Making sense so far?)
So the job of each comp
A: server w/ pxe boot, os, all apps/programs
B: boots over network from compA
C: boots over network from compA
Please tell me if this dosn't make sense!
I'm working w/ google.com/linux right now trying to find solutions but am not having much luck.
BTW, I didnt know where this topic should have been placed, so I posted in the lounge.
- Join Date
- Dec 2004
No, doesn't make much sense. What OS will A be running and what applications will you be providing to B and C via A? Why thin clients? With today's low cost hardware, wouldn't it make more sense to make these thick clients and lock down the worksations? What OS environment are you going to be running? More information will be more helpful!
02-18-2006 #3Originally Posted by gtmtnbiker98