This way you can in effect have up to 10 workstations that provide the normal Windows experience but only the hardware costs of a single PC, plus the nComputing terminal gadgets. It also sounds like the management of this system would be easier than managing 10 individual PCs. Check their website for further details.
However, I was confused about how licensing would work in this situation, so I asked nComputing. This is what I got:
Now I am confused and suspicious - are they trying to hide something? They claim to have sold thousands of devices, but can't give me a straight answer about licensing? In your opinion, how would licensing work in this kind of situation? Do I need a Windows Server product with CALs and TCALs? Or will the standard XP Pro products do the trick?
We cannot speak to Microsoft licensing questions because that is a legal agreement between you and Microsoft. If I were to suggest what EULA's to read as reference, I would start with the windows xp professional remote desktop device cal.