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    Wikifying Thin Client Knowledge

    I have begun a section on the wiki (seee A guide to thin client computing - EduGeek.net Wiki ) baout thin clients... a kind of rough guide.

    I'd alike a little input into it... particularly someone with more knowledge than me on Sun SGD and other types of client device.

    I'll keep checking back on it to make sure it stays coherent... you'll see how the I've laid it out.

    Cheers in advance

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    Ric

    thanks for this.

    I will attempt over the next few days to get some useful info up about SGD and Sun Ray.

    Andy

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    Just wanting to pick you up on this comment

    "Citrix XenApp (formerly Presentation Server) is by far the best way of managing your thin client setup"

    Us Sun Ray dudes would beg to differ

    Andy

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    Quote Originally Posted by linescanner View Post
    Us Sun Ray dudes would beg to differ

    Andy
    You know you are wrong though deep down

    Maybe I should re-phrase it along the lines of XenApp gives by far the largest number of features and possibilities?

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    Now you really are pushing it

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    Well why don't you both tell us why your ways are both ace and we can then have a google fight over it

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