Proposal of remote virtual desktops architecture working with thin client devices
Tutor / director / evaluatorOller Arcas, Antonio
Document typeMaster thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
This document contains an implementation proposal of remote virtual desktop accessed by thin clients. A thin client device is a computer with low hardware resources; his embedded operating system that works as an interface to a remote desktop. On the other hand, the use of virtual technologies permits to create and administrate dynamically remote desktops. From physically distributed offices, users can connect to remote desktops as locally. So there is no need to send the IT crowd to the foreign offices and corrupted thin client devices can be changed sending new ones by express mail. This project faces the functional requirements and it proposes a scalable and optimum system architecture providing remote virtual desktops.