Terminal Services (MCP Series)

Terminal Services is a way of providing Windows-based applications to almost any computing device on almost any network.

Application Server Mode allows users to run web applications and distributed programs directly on the server, so there is need for powerful desktop computers and updating applications is simplified.

Remote Desktop for Administration allows an administrator to remotley control a client or server. Only two connections are allowed at any one time. Invitations are sent from the novice to the expert via windows messenger or email.

To configure the Terminal Services Profile and Home Folder use the "Terminal Services Profile" tab in the user's Active Directory Property sheet.

As logon scripts are not available in Terminal services, if you need to configure a program to start at logon, do so through Terminal Services use the "Environment" tab on the properties sheet of the user in Active Directory.

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