how to create a network without mouse and keyboards

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i have 10 computers and six laptops on a windows xp network. how do i eliminate unused keyboards, mouse, and monitors?

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Um, to be simple, take the unused ones away. But I suspect if they are there they are being used.

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  • mshen
    I'm not sure I follow where you are going with this. Are you looking for a KVM to use a single mouse, keyboard, and monitor to control multiple machines?
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  • Gabe9527
    Are you trying to run these machines at the same time? ie multi boxing for gaming? Or is it just for control whilst reducing space?
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  • OldGoat1997
    Why not just use one machine and remote into the others using something like tightVNC. You can booth the machines with out monitors and such.
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