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faq:linux_vs_windows_server [2013/07/11 12:23]
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   * Windward'​s ability to support Linux is limited to the employees that know this operating system. ​ Since the people that know Linux are less than those that know Microsoft. ​ Wait times can be longer for resolutions for those team members to become available. ​ //(Check with customer service to see if Windward can offer linux support for your installation)   * Windward'​s ability to support Linux is limited to the employees that know this operating system. ​ Since the people that know Linux are less than those that know Microsoft. ​ Wait times can be longer for resolutions for those team members to become available. ​ //(Check with customer service to see if Windward can offer linux support for your installation)
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 ===== The BIG reason ===== ===== The BIG reason =====
-Remote desktop services is a subset of the Microsoft Operating system. ​ It can be enabled for Administration purposes on any Windows server solution. ​ This allows remote access for both technical people or business owners to run Windward reports on the road.  This is NOT available on Linux and is a BIG reason to rule Linux out as a server option.+Remote desktop services is a subset of the Microsoft Operating system. ​ It can be enabled for Administration purposes on any Windows server solution. ​ This allows remote access for both technical people or business owners to run Windward reports on the road.  This is NOT available on Linux and can be a BIG reason to rule Linux out if you want remote or thin client solutions.
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