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Jacob R

So I am current attending school, I have seen low power PC around the campus that remotes to a sever and like streams the OS from a hypervisor, I do not know what it is called but I would like to learn more about it and google is not much help to help me find what im trying to leard. 

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VDI

 

Slayerking92

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1 minute ago, Slayerking92 said:

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Any good free brands out there? any beginner stuff to learn? I do have a vSphere 6.5 key, does that have support it?

HP Zbook 15 G4 | i5-7440HQ | 32GB ddr4- 2133MHz | 500GB HDD, 250GB SSD 

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2 minutes ago, Jacob R said:

Any good free brands out there? any beginner stuff to learn? I do have a vSphere 6.5 key, does that have support it?

I assume so, VMware did popularize the term.

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As an FYI for the future, those "low power PC's" are called either a Zero Client (direct connection to the server with NO local resources) or a Thin Client (very little local resources but has some storage to make connections a little more snappy and after being retired, can be used for low-end HTPC's in most cases)

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1 minute ago, Snipergod87 said:

There Ctirix Xendesktop, VMware Horizon (I think) and others.

Yup and there's even one from HP

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