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Sick of moving computer equipment around.

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My largest client, over 20,000 machines scattered over a dozen sites or over 100 buildings. The original system was mainframe terminals but the desktops took over by 1990. Today, with a need to supply all those users with machines that are as close to each other as possible. They then load an OS that requires that thumb drive to boot. The thumb drive holds the boot key and all the pertinent info for that user. This means that user can go to any machine that works to access their software and database. Makes service simple too when you have a fixed set of parts to support all those units.