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Is it possible to have a powerful PC (or a workstation maybe) with two (or more) virtual machines running on it? For each virtual machine, dedicated mouse/keyboard/monitor(s)/audio may exist connected wirelessly – all this without thin clients.

This partially answers the question, but does not cover the wireless part.

Moreover, if I choose a multiseat solution, what's the difference? Is it possible to have virtual machines in multiseat or are the users working on the same Windows installation?

By the way, for a multiseat solution these guys are doing the wireless thing, but I cant figure out how. Anyone please?

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You could use something like this with a wireless keyboard and mouse: Multi-User-PC And this wireless monitor

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