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Can you skip the HP Logon when logging into VMware Horizon with an HP Thin Client or any thin client?

Posted on 2014-11-04
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We currently have HP thin clients which use Thin Pro to connect to their VMware Horizon VDI Desktop.  Is there a way to have the thin client go straight to the Windows Logon instead of the HP Logon/Connection screen?  Our users currently dont have to log on twice but it would be nice if it at least looked like the windows logon or went to Windows logon instead of HP's connection software.  Thanks
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You can apply any skin to HP thin pro.
A word of warning is that you do not have windows licence for thin client that runs linux and you must not rip off microsoft graphics resources (as in copyright law - you have no moral right to do so)
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