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Terminal Server's with Video Streaming

Terminal Server's with Video Streaming

Terminal Server's with Video Streaming

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I hope this is the right forum to post this in. We're looking for some advice on what other companies are using for their terminal server clients.
In the past we have been using HP t5550 thin clients and similar models but now we have more and more need for video streaming which doesn't work with our RDP connections.
We've breifly looked into the possibility of remote FX but that would be a big step for us and we have not yet set anything up for remote FX. If this is the only solution or the best solution we're not opposed to switching over to it.

1) Which thin clients do you guys prefer / use in your company?
2) What suggestions if any do you have for video streaming with terminal services?

Any advice is much appreciated.

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