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post #11 of 22
iv seen it done on 3-5 pos (point of sale) machines
having them on a seperate lan from the rest of the network is a good idea to relieve some congestion

win ce/pe would use alot less network traffic than 7
post #12 of 22
The only way I could see this actually working decently is to PXE boot some Linux on end computers then launch a RDP session into one/two/tree/however-many-you-need Windows Virtual machines or a Windows Terminal Server.

I've had decent luck PXE booting Linux.
    
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@data x i see what you are saying, i had a friend set up a thin cliet, with like 10 lowend severs, it worked relatively fast but when three of his students play like wold of war craft, it really slows the whole internet speed down which isn't too big of a deal

i was just thinking of keeping my original plan of running win7 ultimate on four servers similar to my sig rig (minus the insane gpus, dual xeons, hdds and screens) and get perhaps a high end networking card that can handle a lot of trafic
mabey getting one of these
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833106075
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there is not way to "send" an operating system through your network to operate on another PC. you could use virtualization software and clone it onto the other pcs. however this method means that each pc would not share and the files would be local to each machine. i dont really understand what the point of this is and how setting something like this up would work to your advantage...maybe elaborate a little bit..?
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well i meand by "send" an over simplification of what you have to do, i already figured out what is necessary to set up lan boot; and the advantage of this would be i am helping out a local school set up win7 on all computers and buying 150+ keys for win7 and office 2010 is just out of the question build like two or three servers that can handle all of the clients is way cheap estimated at 10k worth of servers or 22k work of software; also if a new os by Microsoft comes out it a simple buy three new keys rath than buy 150+new keys again
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how do you plan on doing this? i am studying networking and those kind of things and am interested as to how you did this.
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You're going to spend so much for a 10gig UTP switch it's not even funny.
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a 10g lan wouldnt be worth it
a single pc can rarely max out 1g

a 24port 1g switch isnt too much tho
D-Link DGS-1024D 10/100/1000Mbps 24-Port Green Technology Rackmountable Switch $160/140ar
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well i meand by "send" an over simplification of what you have to do, i already figured out what is necessary to set up lan boot; and the advantage of this would be i am helping out a local school set up win7 on all computers and buying 150+ keys for win7 and office 2010 is just out of the question build like two or three servers that can handle all of the clients is way cheap estimated at 10k worth of servers or 22k work of software; also if a new os by Microsoft comes out it a simple buy three new keys rath than buy 150+new keys again
I am almost certain this is against the EULA for windows. Also if this is for a school there is a very BIG discount that is given to schools from Microsoft so that they can have windows and office on all their computers. I think you need to do some more homework before you spend all this money on something that is most likely illegal or not going to work.
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I am almost certain this is against the EULA for windows. Also if this is for a school there is a very BIG discount that is given to schools from Microsoft so that they can have windows and office on all their computers. I think you need to do some more homework before you spend all this money on something that is most likely illegal or not going to work.
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