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Let me be specific here: I am NOT talking about good old trusty SBC (Terminal Server/Xen App) or the hot and sexy VDI as a concept.I'm talking about the actual "desktop appliance" or "access point" or "thin client" itself.The user was able to log in in successfully and also the WYSE terminal.This expert guide features 12 chapters that provide step-by-step details on comparing VDI vendors, managing virtualized desktop infrastructure, staffing and budgeting considerations, post-deployment misconceptions and much more to help you ensure you get the most from your VDI investment.I do not know if any would have worked PRE-activation since this was not tested. Additional info - You will not see the reg keys if you check the registry again after the reboot.
BYOL is a cool concept, but the majority of organizations still require full management of the desktop/laptop for practical, legal, or security reasons. All the cool features, especially those which require client-side rendering, are first developed for Windows.Hi, I am having problems getting USB redirection to work on a virtual machine.We are using A Wyse S10 (Thin OS 220.127.116.11) to connect to to the VM via VMWare View 4.5. Devices plugged into the S10 are detected and show in the evenet log as being connected to whatever port.This discussion is not new, but now that VDI has made hosted desktops an attractive option again, there's a sort of revival of thin clients in our market space.Thin clients can be discussed from two angles: The majority of distributed organizations with 1000 desktops or more are often required to support conventional PCs (for rich media editing, 2D/3D design, etc...) and laptops (mobility). Deploying 100% thin clients is still not feasible in the typical heterogeneous IT environment, even if you're considering all innovations we currently see in remoting protocols from all major vendors.