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Old 20th November 2009, 15:27
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Default My daughters school is looking for Terminal Server

Hi there,

My daughters school is planning to invest in new IT-System, and the local M$ Dealer is doing a huge sales effort to get the order.

As a Linux fan I would like to suggest an alternative where they are installing Linux in stead of M$ products.

They are quite keened on the Terminal Server solution. The M$ Solution with RDP is good, I must admit, as this will give the ability to let the students use their own laptops.

They have a need of approx 150 thin clients, and therefore they are looking for a quite serious server

I can't figure how to implement a LTSP Server with RDP, and therefore im looking for a Virtualbox solution. But 150 VM's sounds like ALOT to me.

Anyone got a suggestion?
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