According to the below link, one can mirror the display of a Samsung nc240.
"DVI Out: allows for a secondary display monitor to be used for multiscreen. For VGA screens you will need a DVI-to-VGA adapter.
VGA Out: allows for a second display monitor such as a projector to be attached, which will display the same content as the Samsung PCoIP display."
Can anyone confirm this running view 4.6 with PCoIP? Or, would this require RDP? Yes, I know that RDP supports 1 monitor, unless you were using the updated version.
Works great with PCOIP.
We have deployed about 25 Samsung NC240's and love them!
I'm running pcoip with dual monitors right now.
Basically the Samsung is my primary and I'm using the DVI output to a second lcd. Works great
It also has an additional vga input that you can plug up to a traditional pc if needed. Basically a built-in monitor switch.
Hope that helps.
Pretty sure your question was about mirroring, not dual display. On the back of a Samsung monitor, you will see two VGA connectors and one DVI. One of the VGA is used output -mirroring the display, the other VGA is used for input, so you could hook up a local PC to the same display and just switch sources. The DVI port is the only port that allows you to daisy chain a second monitor. You cannot use the DVI port to mirror at this point in time, as that would require the VMWare SVGA driver to support mirroring, which it does not currently support. So the only way to mirror your display is to use the VGA port on a Samsung that allows you to do this.
We have also just ordered one for a test. I'll reward full points when they later arrive.
@lbragg: We currently already use 100 wyse p20's, but they don't support mirror display.