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Introduction


DOE (Disk On Ethernet) desktop virtualisation:

 

  • Virtualisation is the creation of a virtual (rather than actual) version of something, such as an operating system, a server, and a storage device or network resource.
  • DOE desktop virtualisation describes the process of separating a personal computer desktop (its applications, files and data) from the physical machine.
  • The DOE 'virtualised' desktop image is stored on a remote central Linux server instead of on the hard-drive of the local personal computer. This means that when users work from their desktops, all of the programs, applications, processes and data used by the desktop are kept and run centrally, allowing users to remotely access their desktops on any device which is capable of displaying the desktop, such as a PC, Laptop, Smartphone or Thin Client.

Sumary:


Our DOE Software runs on a highly secured Linux platform which is specifically designed to spool Windows images to desktops.  The end user pc uses boot from LAN technology to load the Windows operating system from the DOE Server as they do not require physical hard disk drives.


The windows operating system being an image on the Linux server cannot be altered or affected in any way by the end user or by anything else, e.g.  viruses, hacking, crashing, registry corruption, hard disk failures, etc, etc.

 

The Linux server can accommodate up to 100 client pc’s running on gigabit LAN.

 

Operating system speed is never compromised as the image is never altered or affected in any way.  Users can have customised individual profiles & can log on to any Windows Server.

 

Additional software can be added in an instant to the image.  Any corrupt image can be rolled back to a known working copy via the server rollback option.  Remote access is also possible through the server.  Internet access to the client is secured via a proxy on the Linux server.