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Re: [Xen-devel] App virtualisation, not OS virtualisation

  • To: graham <the_ether@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • From: Nicholas Lee <emptysands@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2005 22:52:09 +1300
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On 10/21/05, graham <the_ether@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> - it is a Linux product and as I previously said, I need a solution with
> Windows XP.

If you need to use a WinXP server then Xen can't help you at the
moment. Maybe look at Windows Terminal Service.

> I don't know LTSA can you give me a URL?

Sorry, I meant LTSP.  Linux Terminal Server Project.

> could run on top of Windows XP to encapsulate just the application


Note, regardless encapsulating the application is not a
system/kernel/Xen level thing.  Its something managed by the OS.

Xen is unlikely to every "encapsulate applications".

Running multiple clients/applications from one server is call Thin
Client technology.  On Windows you need WTS:


Nicholas Lee
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