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Microsoft® Windows® Server 2003 Delta Guide by Mark Rouse, Don Jones

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Chapter 11. Terminal Services

In This Chapter

  • Remotely Control Servers across the Enterprise.

  • Managing Terminal Services.

  • Terminal Services client features and performance.

  • Terminal Server Clusters or Farms.

What's New

Terminal services in Windows Server 2003 provide significant new features designed for improved manageability, usability, performance, security, and scalability. With all the changes, it might seem like the terminal services model has been completely redone. In reality, the model is very much the same. It still has a terminal services client component and a terminal services server component. Also, the server component still has two possible modes—remote administration and application server mode—just like in Windows 2000.

The terminal ...

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