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Using Thinclient with Win SBS 2003
24-05-2014, 02:51 AM,
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RE: Using Thinclient with Win SBS 2003
(23-05-2014, 11:54 PM)greavette Wrote: Well, I'm not quite living off the land up here...but there are places out West where it would be ideal to do that. Smile

I've got to call it a day now as well and enjoy my evening with the family for dinner et all. I'll check back on this thread later and see how you made out with your install. Let me know if you have any further questions or concerns or successes!

Good Luck. Hopefully it'll work for you as it has for me in my office.

Yeah, I figured you were not living off the land, that would be a high-tech cabin with a RPi and servers and all Smile - One last thing before I use this amazing tutorial you wrote for me...can the user minimize the login window if they wanted to...I still think I am going to just make the internet accessible through the RPi. I tested the speed, and it will only really be used for email, so it is not a concern. I will need to have the internet (iceweasel) icon on the desktop behind the login screen. Is there a way to have two icons, one internet, and the other shortcut for the login screen...and then ctl+alt+k or whatever to minimize? No rush, answer at your leisure. I appreciate your help so very much...and I can't thank you enough!!!!
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Using Thinclient with Win SBS 2003 - by dbirk007 - 22-05-2014, 10:35 PM
RE: Using Thinclient with Win SBS 2003 - by dbirk007 - 24-05-2014, 02:51 AM

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