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Administering: Windows Server® 2008 Server Core by John Paul Mueller

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Chapter 17. Creating System Connections

Connections are an essential part of any network and as an administrator you already know that better than anyone. This chapter explores several kinds of connections. Remote management connections help you manage the server. You can use FTP connections to allow file uploads and downloads. Terminal Server connections let users and administrators access the server from a remote location as if they're working with their local computer. It's also the basis for many other features, such as Remote Desktop, a significant aid for administrators who have a lot of machines to manage (see the "Configuring the Server for Initial Use" section of Chapter 1 for details on Remote Desktop configuration). Remote Access Server ...

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