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					    Module 13: Terminal Services and
           Remote Desktop
   About Terminal Services
       It allows a minimal computer called a thin
        client or a terminal to connect to a
        Windows server.
       It works with the TCP/IP, and uses the
        Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP).



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    About Terminal Services (TS)
   Two modes of operation:
       Application Server Mode – allows a client
        computer to display a Window desktop and
        run applications remotely from a server.
       Remote Administration Mode – enables an
        administrator to connect to any Windows
        Sever 2003 remotely over an IP connection.
   Several components.
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        The Components of TS
   Terminal Server
   Terminal Services Configuration
   Terminal Services Manager
   Terminal Services Licensing
   Remote Desktop Connection
   Remote Desktop Web Connection

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        Setup Terminal Server
   It runs on Windows Server OS and
    provides the central component that allows
    multitasking on a server.
   Using Configure Your Server Wizard to
    setup the terminal server.



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      Setup Remote Desktop Web
             Connection
   It’s a web-based terminal server connection
    that allows a client to connect over the web
    to the server.
   It can be setup from Add or Remove
    Programs tool.



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Manage Terminal Services
   Windows Server 2003 has three tools:
       Terminal Services Configuration
        It allows you to determine the Terminal Services
        connections
       Terminal Services Manager
        It allows you look at and manage the terminal
        servers within your trusted domains.
       Terminal Server Licensing
        The licenses can be generated by a Terminal
        Server License Server but not Terminal Server.

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Terminal Services Manager




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Remote Desktop for Administration
   It’s limited to a maximum of two users.
   It does not require licensing.
   You need to enable Remote Desktop for
    Administration on the server.
   You need to install a Remote Desktop
    Connection on the client.


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         Use Remote Desktop
   You can use remote desktop to
    connect to a Windows Server 2003
    terminal server or to a Windows XP
    “host”.
   You can save files to your local disk
    or print to a local printer.

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Remote Desktop Connection




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                 Conclusion
   Terminal Services allows administrators to
    manage their servers without having to be
    directly in front of the console.
   Terminal Services allows corporations to
    centrally host applications to reduce total
    cost of ownership and management and
    administrative requirements.

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