I bought two books this past week:
- LDAP in the Solaris Operating Environment: Deploying Secure Directory Services
- Building N1 Grid Solutions: Preparing, Architecting, and Implementing Service-Centric Data Centers
For those who are interested in Sun Ray's , I highly recommend upgrading to version 3.1 of the software. I've set it up enough times that it takes me about 30 minutes to setup the software. At work, the only issue we've run into is getting Windows DHCP to supply the correct MTU. I'll have to post some info on getting that to work correctly when we figure it out.
I recently added a usb 2.0 front panel to my Ultra 60 in one of the 3.5" drive slots. It's nice to be able to connect my usb stuff in the front. I also obtained an Iogear usb kvm that from BestBuy, that amazingly said "Sun Compatible" on the packaging. It works great, now I can switch between my Ultra 60 and my Sun Ray without any issues! No longer do I have to switch between keyboards!