Enables turning one PC into many with Windows Multipoint Server 2012 or Fedora 18.
For WMS 2012, OS and CAL license is not included, but a licensed driver for the hardware is. For Fedora 18, works out of the box without any additional licenses or software. Also works with WMS 2011, Fedora 17, 18, 19 and 20.
Many users can simultaneously share a single machine. After setup, plugging in a DC-125 zero client automatically pops up a new, independent login screen. Any user can sit down any any of the connected zero clients, and then log in as if it was their own computer.
Connectivity and Technology
A single USB 2.0 cable between the server and each Zero Client carries all data and power. All Zero Clients on share a common 480 Mbps USB 2.0 bus per host controller. Recommended for web and application use only. Not suitable for motion video or gaming. Standard female VGA/D-Sub port to monitor drives modes up to 1280x1024 / 1440x900, using internal DisplayLink DL-125 chipset. Standard 3.5mm audio in and out for stereo speakers and microphone.
Dual Core or 2Ghz CPU or better recommended. Search ʺDC-125ʺ on plugable.com for detailed hardware and software compatibility information.
No AC adapter needed. The DC-125's two free USB 2.0 ports have sufficient power for connecting a USB keyboard and USB mouse (higher power peripherals like USB flash drives not supported).
Included in Box
USB 2.0 Docking Client, 5-meter USB 2.0 A to B cable, 75/100mm VESA monitor mount, desktop standing mount, quick start guide. Drivers available via download.
Connect one to add a full-sized monitor, speakers, keyboard, and mouse to a Windows PC via USB. No Mac Support.
Connect many to allow up to 14 users to share one PC (Windows Multipoint Server or multiseat Linux only)
Standard VGA/D-Sub port supporting modes up to 1280x1024 /1440x900, 3.5mm audio in/out, 2 USB
USB bus powered. Open USB ports powered for standard USB keyboard and mouse
Works with Windows Multipoint Server 2011 and later, Fedora 17 and later, and Userful Multiseat Linux 2011 and later