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Re: [Xen-users] Thin Clients

>>> On 2010/03/15 at 08:54, "mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: 
>>  AFAIK anything that involves Windows thin client would eventually go
>> back to terminal server/remote desktop.
> Right, I got it, thanks. I wondered if the Xen project had anything like 
> XenDesktop or XenServer/Center for example.
> I guess that answers why I wasn't finding anything in documentation.

If you're asking if there are open source versions of those products available, 
the answer is no.  You can run individual XP or higher VMs on XenServer (or 
Xen, the open source version), but you'll have to either manually assign 
connections or find some sort of connection broker to do it.


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