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Thin client how i install it . i am not getting os on internet

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It is a network terminal, you don't have to install anything on it...
... but you need an application server to run on your LAN to use it !

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What should i do for my business?


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NOTE: There are many question that I would ask a client prior to designing networks and presenting a solution. The solution here is an overview GENERAL solution and not detailed.

My recommendation would be to go with a Server/Thin client network. You would have all your apps, os, and line of business (LOB) in one place. (server) This is easy for troubleshooting, updates, patch work, etc. It will also lower your cost of ownership (TCO) I would also recommend MS Windows 2008 Small Business server as the os as it would give you greater services now and when you are ready to expand/grow your business. One down side to this network: if the server goes down, all pc (clients) go down. Again, my recommendation to this would be the server as the primary server (PDC) and another server or pc as the secondary server (Backup or BDC).

By going with 8 separate pc networked together, you would have to pay for each pc, each os, each antivirus, perform updates on each unit, etc. This would be repeatitive, time consuming and costly. Centralized computing would ease technical and practical demands.

Each network is as unique as the users. If you would like more information catered to your specific network feel free to forward your needs/concerns to info@c2sit.net. I usually do my best to address all concerns, user needs and diagram of proposed network setup, equipment needs and estimated cost.

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Dear Sir, We have one IBM x206 8482 I8S Serer. We have loaded Win XPP to this system and configured as Thin Client Server. The Thin Clients hang during the operation. The Thin client Vendor identifies this...


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I work at home on a network with an HP thin client, I want to hook up a printer but the HP deskjet F-4180 printer I bought has a driver that is too large to for the memory of the thin client


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Neoware ca5


True, even if you reflash the system to bring it to a fresh state, it will still need a server to do anything reasonable.

Head over to http://www.neowareftp.com/ and click on the "Tech Support" link. A password dialog box will show up: [since it may violate TOS here I won't post that info, but it's readily available on the web.] Once in, click on the FlashRecovery link, then pick the flash that relates to your machine - CA5's are usually the CE versions. Download the file.

Now, this program will work on XP systems. Install the program and follow the directions. You'll need either a cheap hub, switch, or a simple crossover ethernet cable. Hook the thin client to one end, your PC to the other, run the tftpd32 program as described in the documentation, set up the thin client per documentation.

If all is done right, your thin client will grab an ip address from the tftpd32 program and you'll see the reflash menu. Pick the number corresponding to the proper reflash, and watch the machines do the rest.

When it's done, you'll have a pristine OS on your device.

now understand, these are made primarily for accessing terminal servers in businesses or schools or hospitals, so it may be useless unless you just want to do some primative web surfing (the CE version has an embedded version of IE5, no java, no flash, and probably no room to put it on that 16meg flash disk.)

But if you buy these devices for a accessing terminal servers, this will give you a clean client.

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The whole OS is gone


hi brtsch Your problems means there is nothing wrong with ur terminal. your terminal server is not starting try booting with last known good conf by pressing F8 option if it dosent work then try with safemode and uninstall what u have install pls mention which server ur using and OS and also if any error codes

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