Announce: RDP to VNC

Adam Tauno Williams adam "at" morrison-ind.com
Wed, 29 Nov 2000 21:37:31 +0000


>Now I could be dumber than the average bear, but what are the benefits
>of using
>a linux box to connect to W2K Terminal Server.  Wouldn't you still need a
>license for each user to connect to Terminal Server?  Can't you already
>use a dos box to connect to Terminal Server?

We currently have Linux "thin clients" because the client then supports ICA,
X11, telnet, and HTTP all on it's own.  A very robust and flexible thin client
(and cheap).  You need a TS license no matter what you do.  This doesn't even
mention non-thin desktop/workstation Linux machines that happen to want to use
an app thats on that TS server over yoder.

Systems and Network Administrator
Morrison Industries
1825 Monroe Ave NW.
Grand Rapids, MI. 49505
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