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Old 05-22-2006, 04:53 AM   #1
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How to setup thin clients to connect to a Windows 2000 using ThinStation?

Hi! I've tried Thinstation and followed every instruction in their how-to. But its not working on my client. I get a Windows 2000 entry on the list but each time I press enter, nothings happening.. Can someone tell me what is the best program I can use to have a Window-based thin clients. If possible, I would also like clients to have other options than windows. For example, client 1 will use Windows and client 2 Ubuntu. Is that possible? I already have my own DHCP server so I don't want to mess it up by making another one just for the thin clients. Hope someone out there can help me on this?


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