[THIN] Re: Scanner under thin client

Sorr, I do indeed mean a flat-bed scanner. I may also mean a high-end
thin client, if that's what's necessary. Personally, I think it's a
stuid idea, but my clietn insisted I look into it...
Nick=20

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From: Andrew Rogers [mailto:Andrew.Rogers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx]=20
Sent: 26 April 2004 16:15
To: thin@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [THIN] Re: Scanner under thin client

Guys, I think he means a scanner.. you know, like a flatbed scanner for
sca=3D nning documents and photos? :)

In my extremely limited knowledge of thin clients, i would have thought
thi=3D s to not be possible.. perhaps on the very highest end clients
running xp e=3D mbedded or whatever, but certainly not on the vast
majority of hardware?

Andrew
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>>> nick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 26/04/04 15:51:40 >>>
A client wants to use a scanner with a thin client;
A) Is this possible?
B) Where should I go to look further?
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NIck
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