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Whats the better thin client solution Wyse or HP ?  Please include what ever knowledge you have on the management software that manages these solutions ...

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We are looking at possibly deploying Thin clients to 1000+ users .... What would the best solution be to do this Wyse or HP .. or is there a different solution ... like a secure thumb drive I can use that would provide the level of hardened OS.  We will be running Xendesktop/Apps on this solution....

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We have a mixture of Wyse and HP.  Wyse was our main thin client vendor for years.  When we planned our XenDesktop rollout I shopped around and found a good deal on HP t5730s, which are nice machines (1GB RAM, 1GB flash, 1Gb NIC, plenty of USB, wireless capable), so that is what we went with.  I can't tell you that one is actually better than the other, though.
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