Thin Client set up

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Active Directory
Terminal Services
Terminal Services Licensing
Thin clients
Windows Server 2003
I have proposed that we consider bringing in Thin Clients for roughly 1/2 of our workstations, so am now tasked with bringing forward details for a complete roll-out plan....and I'm not highly experienced in this area (although I have worked with them, and enjoyed the experience) I need to find out exactly what is involved in getting started, from licensing to set up - and am not sure where the best place to get some easy-to-understand basics on the topic. Any direction would be appreciated, as would any comments from an experienced administrator!

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You didn’t mention the population that will be moving to thin clients. If it is more than 25 or so, it would probably be a good idea to find a local partner to help you with the design and licensing questions.

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  • AndreaF
    It is more like 12 workstations that I think we should switch over. I believe that the rest of the workplace should retain their PCs.
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