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Hi Guys, i am looking for advice in regards the optimal set up for accessing virtual computers, i have a checklist of features that i want listed below and am wondering if anybody has advice on how this would best be achieved, whether it is accessing multiple Virtual computers via amazon web services, citrix or similar services


-20 independent virtual computers 


- Virtual computer to look like it is based in the UK or Ireland


- Each virtual computer to have a unique mac address 


- Virtual computer to be accessible via a browser from anywhere in the world by multiple users 


- I will basically only be using a web browser on each of the virtual machines so do not need a lot of processing power on VDI but would be looking for that browsing experience to be as quick and smooth as possible with minimum lag 

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  • Hi jamesmonkstown and welcome to our forums,


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