Thin Clients with multiple monitors?
This was more of a "what if..." in my head so I'm not sure if its even possible!
Is it possible to get thin clients with multiple monitor support, that can run multiple remote desktop clients so you can have one on each monitor? If so can anyone recommend any?
I also believe some virtual desktop software (I think it was XenDesktop?) lets you create a virtual desktop that can span multiple monitors locally? Does that depend a lot on the local hardware, or is it more application specific? I have a vague recollection that vmware didn't support multiple monitors, though can't recall if it was hardware related or not..
Multiple Screens on Thin Client
The Sun Sun Rays ultrathin client will do multiple monitors you can get one that supports 2 monitors and you can link a third screen by binding the two sunrays together on the server to give you three monitors.
If you've got a workstation with muliple network cards and graphic cards you could open RDP sessions to separate servers on separate networks across separate screens.
We used to use a Terminal services to a management server that could route to other servers and have muliple TSE sessions across multiple monitors but always used workstations or laptops with two screens to do this.
Don't see the point in having a super spec thin client device that costs as much as a workstation you might as well get a good deal on a cheap workstation becomes more flexible but does depend where and why you're trying to do this