Desktop Virtualization without Active Directory

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We want to virtualize approx. 30 walkup webbrowsers.  Our backend is Linux and we do not use Active Directory.  Is Terminal Services the best way to go or do you suggest something else.

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you can use Linux Terminal Services, CITRIX and Virtual Desktops like Linux Virtual Services

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  • Gabe9527
    Look at VMWare work station http://www.vmware.com/products/workstation/ This should run on Linux
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  • jewels
    I did not explain this well enough. We want to serve the Web browser applications and viewers from a server to these 30 thin clients. What would be the best program to serve applications to these machines when we don't use Active Directory which most (all that we have found) of the virtualization programs require?
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