The Batavia School District in Illinois has found a cost-effective way to use outdated, multi-platform computers alongside its new machines. By installing a district wide server running Microsoft Windows NT, Terminal Server Edition along with Citrix Metaframe, Batavia effectively will upgrade each client computer without the expense of buying all new units.

Terminal Server projects the Windows 95 and NT graphical user interface onto legacy machines and Macintosh computers, so users can run Windows applications directly from the server. The older computers in effect become dummy terminals and draw the characteristics of the Terminal Server, a high-powered Pentium III machine.


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