+ 0 Votes Basically if I understand you right HAL 9000 Moderator 7 years ago You want to attempt to remove 6 computers and roll them into 1 right with 6 workstations available on it? The answer is No it can not be done as you are unable to have 2 different people using the system at the same time but you could rip out 5 of the computers and replace them with Thin Clients working off one computer and that would give you the same effect. Though if the computers are slow now it will make the single computer that much slower when every workstation is being used and you'll need something to be running as a DCHP Server but that's not the hard part. Col + 0 Votes Yeh... jgreyorl 5 years ago It's not possible to do what you wish to accomplish. The best case scenario is to have multiple monitors like a setup from http://www.multiplexpc.com but you will only be able to have one keyboard, mouse. However, you can get a a/b switch and have multiple keyboards and mice connected to the single computer station but you won't be able to use them at the same time. + 0 Votes You might......... jamesatmaisonverre 7 years ago be able to in 2020 but at the moment you dont have enough pci slots for cards or the fact that all machines come withonly 1 agp slot for one agp card. + 0 Votes Partially 3xp3rt 7 years ago There are some devices which can share one VGA, one Mouse and one keyboard port to more devices, but!!!! You can?t work separately. Go to http://www.networktechinc.com/kmsplthd.html for future information. + 0 Votes Something like this JamesRL 7 years ago http://www.tigerdirect.ca/applications/SearchTools/item-details.asp?EdpNo=2434994&CatId=204 This is a device that acts like a CPU less/diskless terminal that attachs to a PC or server where the apps are stored. I've seen other devices like this that have an embedded OS (some windows some linux) and a browser on it. James James + 0 Votes Reinventing the wheel zoran.pantelic 7 years ago Try http://linuxgazette.net/124/smith.html + 0 Votes Yes and Easy and Cheap steve 7 years ago I just set this up for testing and used th encomputing system www.ncomputing.com . The PCI based card can be installed in one machine and adds 3 users to the system (up too2 cards 7 users (3+3+main computer per system) running XP pro in my instance. 30' limit and watch for electrical interference. the machines connect using regular cat 5 cables and each user logs. there are benefits to this 1- One Machine to upgrade maintain 2- most users are actually low demand an dprocessor does this fine 3- One IP address the price is around $200 for the Pci system (adding 3 users to one computer of course you need monitors and keyboards and optionally speakers. this does not support USb though the N200 does support usb though. I like it so far and am investigating using the product mentioned above for remote users, where a network connect allows for non local connectivity it is simple thin client and the price is reasonable for true security (we also use a VPN system for remotes) but testing will take time. + 0 Votes Yeh... jgreyorl 5 years ago It's not possible to do what you wish to accomplish. The best case scenario is to have multiple monitors like a setup from http://www.multiplexpc.com but you will only be able to have one keyboard, mouse. However, you can get a a/b switch and have multiple keyboards and mice connected to the single computer station but you won't be able to use them at the same time.