Learning Guide

A guide to Terminal Services

Not sure where to start with Terminal Services or Remote Desktop Services?

Windows Terminal Services (TS) is Microsoft's thin-client technology that allows users to access desktops virtually. Renamed Remote Desktop Services (RDS) in Windows 2008 R2, the component -- built into Windows operating systems -- allows data to exist in a central location and simplifies management for systems administrators.

We've compiled a plethora of information, including licensing basics, security tips and expert advice on management to help you understand -- and maximize your organization's use of -- the technology. Learn how to set up RDS on Windows 2008 R2, deploy TS Web Access, troubleshoot connection problems and more

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Getting started with Terminal Services
- Management and security
- New features and upgrades
- Accessing Terminal Services remotely
- Application virtualization


 

Getting started with Terminal Services


 

Management and security


 

New features and upgrades


 

Accessing Terminal Services remotely


 

Application virtualization

TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Getting started with Terminal Services
- Management and security
- New features and upgrades
- Accessing Terminal Services remotely
- Application virtualization

This was first published in November 2009

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