Thanks for the info. I just learned today that our priorities have changed
from the ideas I have. The goal now is to reduce the computer labs on
campus. I will keep you updated when I know more.

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On 1/17/12 8:02 PM, "Henry Schaffer" <h...@ncsu.edu> wrote:

>On Tue, Jan 17, 2012 at 11:24 AM, Sanders, Arbin D <asand...@nccu.edu>
>> Josh,
>> I am wanting to change our labs PCs into thin clients. During this
>>economic time, I am looking at other alternatives to keep our old
>>machines running. It would be great to incorporate this into VCL. Any
>  This may be a case of choosing the right name to call something.
>   Until a couple of years ago I had a 1998 Dell as my desktop PC -
>256MB RAM, 1 GHz processor - which got upgraded to XP.  I was able to
>"run" many heavy-duty programs on it via RDP client connecting to the
>VCL. (Our support people finally took it away from me and gave me a
>new desktop because the old one was getting unreliable after 10 years.
>  Was I running a "thin client" at that time?  I would claim I was, as
>I was using my screen/keyboard/mouse and the program execution was
>taking place remotely in the VCL. I was using the desktop's operating
>system/RDP client, but that's what one does with a "thin client" - and
>I didn't have to get a license for a thin client OS.
>  I did use the desktop, as is, for such things as e-mail and browser
>use - and it was able to handle that load with no trouble.
>  Might this approach work to fill your needs?
>--henry schaffer
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