A company is deploying both thin and thick client computers. Which configuration step will a technician need to do on the thin clients that will most likely not be done on the thick clients?

A company is deploying both thin and thick client computers. Which configuration step will a technician need to do on the thin clients that will most likely not be done on the thick clients?

  • Install additional RAM.
  • Install local applications.
  • Connect the computer to the LAN.
  • Connect the computer to the application server.
    Explanation:

    A thick client is a normal corporate workstation. A thin client is usually a monitor, keyboard, mouse, and a computer with few or no ports and no hard drive. A thin client runs applications and possibly even the operating system from a centralized device such as a server. A corporate technician commonly uses imaging software to install both, but a thin client requires the technician to make the connection to an application server.