Windows MultiPoint Server 2010
I've not seen this mentioned on Edugeek so I thought i'd post it for people to take a look at.
It looks like a MS version of SoftXpand but of course without the grey licencing issue ;)
One grey area is the legal intricacies of licensing software for SoftXpand. We contacted Microsoft and MiniFrame for their views on operating system and Office licensing for SoftXpand.
Graham Arthur, Microsoft's corporate attorney in the UK, said that the company leaned heavily towards firms needing six separate operating system licences for this system.
Gordon Gazaway, Microsoft's programme manager for open licences, commented: "In situations like this, 99 per cent of the time just ask 'How would I license this if these were all normal desktop PCs?' and that will be the correct answer. "
Review: MiniFrame SoftXpand Business - V3.co.uk - formerly vnunet.com
It looks like thin clients are still required so it's based on terminal server.