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how to configure terminal server and thin clients for ubuntu

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Dear Experts:

Please provide me the How to or step by step guide for install, configure thin clients for ubuntu desktop 10.10. Thanks in advance.

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Do you mean install a terminal services client in ubuntu to manage windows systems?  If so
sudo apt-get install rdesktop

IF you want a remote desktop server running on Ubuntu to allow remote windows clients to manage it sudo apt-get install vino and install vncviewer on your PC
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by:D_wathi
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Sir, thanks for the reply. I am looking for :

1. setting up client and server configuration ( terminal server and client )

Please help.
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I still don't really understand - do you mean you want a PC client to an ubuntu server (vncviewer and vino)?
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ubuntu client to a windows server (rdesktop and Wnidows Terminal services manager)?

Neither need very much configuration, just IP address, autostart (Y/N) password (Y/N) etc, what more details do you need?
 
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