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OS 10.6 - Server + Clients


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Hello

At work we currently have four eMacs and one iMac 2008.

The four eMacs are on there way out with screen flickering etc... and doubt will last another two years.

Does server have some sort of client feature to allow all the intense programs and os to be run remotely, that way we could purchase Mac Mini's and run all apps from the xServe.

Any ideas would be kind.
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