RDS Device CALs with Thin Clients

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Hello,

 

I'm looking for guidance on how RDS Device CALs work with thin clients.  My understanding is that the device CAL is saved to the client device in the form of a certificate.  How does that process work with thin clients that have locked storage devices and will lose any changes after a reboot?  I have a mixed environment of Windows Embedded and HP ThinPro thin clients.

 

Thank you.

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