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Windows 2000 Server : Terminal Services

Terminal Services/MetaFrame document saver

A frantic user runs into your office screaming about a workstation that just went kaput during a Terminal Services client or ICA session. Lean back, smile, and assure your harried user that everything will be just fine. Have the user restart the workstation and then restart the exact same session...

Setting local logon access for Terminal Services

This tip is inspired by that wonderful logon error dialog that informs users they do not have the access rights to log on locally. Surely such users rip their hair out, screaming that it's not local at all. Isn't remotely accessing the applications what Terminal Services is all about? Well,...

Terminal Services Advanced Client

Microsoft's Terminal Services Advanced Client (TSAC) is a group of updates to the Terminal Services that ships with all versions of Windows 2000 Server. TSAC includes three new tools:...

Installing Terminal Services

Terminal Services is the Microsoft implementation of a thin-client server. That means that the Terminal Server delivers applications to the client while performing all the actual processing on the server itself. In practice, even a DOS-based system could run Office 2000, although it really depends on the overall capacity of...

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