Hi This is my first post here and I've never been involved in Thin Client deployments and the like before so apologies for any silly questions! I'm trying to understand how 2X ApplicationServer differs from and relates to 2X ThinClientServer. To give this some context, we have an enquiry from a charity who have 10 Windows 98 machines on their network and 5 employees at another site, currently accessing the primary site via Windows 2000 Terminal Services installed on a desktop PC. Our initial suggestion was to bin the 10 Windows 98 machines and upgrade to Windows XP, along with having Windows 2003 Terminal Services on 'proper' server boxes. However, they can't afford to upgrade the 10 PCs so I started to think about a thin client solution to utilise their existing hardware, which is where 2X comes in. So, it seems from the 2X website that I need 2X ThinClientServer, which, along with the new Terminal Server will meet our requirements. However, having seen 2X ApplicaytionServer I'm now a little confused. Is 2X ApplicationServer intended to deliver applications to fat client PCs, i.e. PCs not running any thin client software whilst 2X ThinClientServer allows the delivery of an entire remote desktop but requires a thin client installation? Or, do they two work together in some way? Could 2X ApplicationServer deliver Microsoft Office to the Windows 98 machines? If someone could please clarify the above it would be much appreciated. Thanks, roadie.