Yes, since I’m migrating the old systems to newer ones, I have quite a choice…
The Old Windows Server 2011 SBS, An old Client (Win7Pro), the new Server 2016, and a few PCs running Win10Pro.
I have Guacamole AND MS-RDP-Client configured for all machines.
The problem is with all OS so far.
BTW: The Nethserver on this site is the one having Zabbix Problems, the second NethServer I set up in this site doesn’t display those problems (Not marking Objects in the Map). Otherwise both work extremly well.
The Network looks like this now:
This Network is for a Doctors place, two Doctors, both Specialists in Arthros (Having to do with Limbs, artificial joints, and such). They have an X-Ray, a Mac running Horos as Dicom PAC (X-Ray Picture Archive). The software used is Windows based, the Mailserver is Kerio. Kerio used to run on the Mac Server (gone), then on Windows 2011 SBS, now it’s running on a Centos Container in ProxMox.
The Clients are Mac Minis, running Parallels and now Windows 10 Clients. The IPs of the Parallels Clients are ten higher than the corresponding Mac Minis they actually run on, eg Mac= 192.168.151.221, Win10=192.168.151.231.
All older Win7 clients are still fully available, but aren’t anymore on this Zabbix Map.
The AD is based on NethServer, so is DHCP and DNS. A Raspberry does ups support and shuts down the Proxmox (Including the VMs) and both NAS and the Mac running Horos.
Horos is OpenSource Software (A Fork of Osirix) that is a DICOM Viewer and also a PAC for Horos.
All Backups are consolidated on the Synology NAS, and synched to the Doctors Place in Zürich (One of the Doctors has a second place in Zürich) where the same model of NAS stands. Both have an additional Disk just for this cross-site synching.
NethServe also handles all http and https access from the Internet, a reverse proxy forwards Webmail to Kerio.
UPS in Zabbix, with SNMP monitoring of NUT:
I’m releasing this information to help others in this Forum see how and what the ideas behind a simple to complex setup based on NethServer could look like.