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Dear Experts,


Just wondering if anyone has a suggestion or solution for the following scenario:


I want to provide access to my network computers to clients for using some information.

My Clients use the computer only occasionally, so I don't want to assign one computer to each client.


Want to share my 10 machines, with about 50 clients.

Is there a way, one the first client logs in, I show him all available 10 machines, he logs in that machine, then rest 9 are available for others, and if he logs out, again all 10 available for clients.


Pretty much I want to use 10 concurrent users who can log in to my LAN machines.


Appreciate, if anyone has a suggestion or lead for this scenario.




Edited by gxsingh, 29 April 2018 - 08:15 PM.

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Hi Gurmeet and welcome to our forums,




There are a great many software application available that will do this.


Your own IT dept or expert, or failing that, your IT consultant should have no difficulty in recommending and putting in place what you require.


In the meantime here is some background reading that you may find interesting:






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