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Thin client migration “readiness review”.

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Has anyone ever been tasked with doing a comprehensive review/technical review of an organisations readiness to move from traditional “each user having a windows workstation and their own desk” to moving to a hot desking thin client environment?

Kind of like identifying “well working this way/with this software/saving here etc won’t work when there is no 1:1 workstation/user availability?”

I just want a huge list of suggestions what needs to be considered in terms of users, applications, policies for current IT working environment to when moving to thin client – and identify huge gaps.

Any input most welcome.
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Are you going to use Citrix XenApp and/or XenDesktop to deliver the Applications/Desktop?
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Hey - sorry for the woefully slow reply. XenApp for app/desktop
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