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View Client for Linux recently upgraded by several Thin Client vendors

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VMware’s product manager ben Chong recently published an article on the VMware End User Computing Blogs to let people know that several Thin Client vendors have updated their “firmware” with the newest version of the VMware View Client for Linux (1.6) which has included some bug fixes and enhancements for usability. In Ben’s article HP, 10ZiG and Igel were mentioned. To get a full overview of compatible thin client for VMware View please visit the Thin Client compatibility list at the VMware website.


Written by Christoph Harding

December 13th, 2012 at 9:26 am

Posted in Thin Client,Thin Clients

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HP comes up with new PCoIP zero client running Tera2

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Today Hewlett-Packard has published a new press release about a new zero client for VMware View. The HP t310 zero client features the Teradici Tera2 zero client processor which gives you up to five times the imaging performance of the Tera1 processor. The client will be available in North America in September and it starts at $369 and varies on the hardware options.

Great news for VMware View customers and prospects. The t310 is the second PCoIP client from HP next to the PD02 which is a eVGA OEM



Written by Christoph Harding

August 20th, 2012 at 10:20 pm

HP Client Virtualization Reference Architecture with VMware View

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Thanks to Joel Lindberg for Retweeting @donjduncanHP’s Tweet regarding the HP Client Virtualization Reference Architecture on Twitter.

HP Client Virtualization Enterprise Reference Architecture with VMware View #HPCI #HPDisover #VDI #View

See how you can use HP’s solution to seliver a building block based enterprise client virtualization infrastructure.

Link: HP

Written by Christoph Harding

June 7th, 2011 at 8:55 am

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Setting up CAC or Smartcard for use with an HP Thin Client

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Make sure to start with a fresh and current image. As of this writing that is 5.1.606 revA. Load the image and confirm that the green lock in the systray comes up green after all the rebooting. If you get a red “x” do it again.

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Written by Jason Marshall

May 20th, 2009 at 9:41 pm

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