Thin Client Setup

This article will help you to set up the Micro 4 and Neo R (Thinux). NETWORK SETTINGS By default, both Micro 4 and Neo R run the DHCP protocol to assign the IP address to the device but if you want to put a static IP address to the system, you can change it by the...

Remote Desktop Tool

There are many remote desktop tools available in the market. They made it possible for the IT support team and system administrators to access the connected thin clients with the main server or vice-versa. Remote Desktop tools are available on both Linux and Windows...

Zero Client: Are you ready for VDI?

In a world full of endpoint devices for VDI (Virtual Desktop Infrastructure), Zero Clients are one of the most preferred devices. But what actually is a Zero Client? Zero Client is a compact, powerful hardware that reduces power consumption, noise and maintenance when...

Thin Client Environment

A thin client is a lightweight computer that has been optimized for establishing a remote connection with a server-based computing environment. Thin clients are less expensive, seldom need to be upgraded, and are less prone to breakdowns. There are many scenarios...

Windows Remote Desktop MSTSC

There are two methods by which we can connect to the remote desktop in the Windows-based thin clients. By using the Remote Desktop Connection application By using the mstsc command. Remote Desktop Connection is a GUI based application approach while the MSTSC is the...