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Old 05-25-2009, 09:31 PM   #1
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A way to configure LTSP clients for remote login?


Hi there

I have setup a fedora LTSP server (as i failed at getting ubuntu to work lol) It's very basic as i just followed the instructions on the internet.

However I was wondering if there is a way to set the clients to login to a windows 2003 server rather than the fedora server?

E.g. when the clients start up (boot off the fedora server) they have the option of logging into the windows 2003 server with RDP rather than the users on the fedora server

Does that make sense?

I hope i've given enough info

Cheers

Chris
 
  


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