Question about Compaq EVO T30 Network Terminal
I have a Compaq EVO t30 that I acquired. I want to be able to use it was a low-cost web browser only machine on my home network.
Currently it tries to boot to a Citrix ISA client (left over from a bank I think, as it says Desktop Teller west).
Is there a way I can somehow get it to boot to its native operating system (windows embedded) without first loading the Citrix client? Is there some secret keystroke that gets it to boot in safe mode? or something like that?
I saw a bunch of posts on how to convert it to Linux, but wouldn't be easier to just modify its equivalent of its autoexec.bat file? If so HOW?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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