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Citrix MetaFrame for Windows 2000 Terminal Services
By Melissa Craft. Published by Syngress, November
2000. Paperback 542 pages. ISBN: 1928994180 An
excellent reference for Administrators who need a step
by step guide to implementing Citrix MetaFrame on
Windows 2000. Chapters are arranged logically and the
book walks you through a complete implementation of the
product from designing the Terminal Services and
MetaFrame environments, installing and configuring
servers, deploying clients, configuring user sessions,
to installing and publishing applications, utilizing the
Internet and optimizing and troubleshooting.
Explanations are clear enough for new Administrators to
follow easily, and most configuration instructions are
accompanied by several screenshots and supporting
illustrations. The appendix includes a table of
APPSRV.ini parameters as well as tips on improving
Terminal Service performance.
Windows 2000 Terminal Services
By Larry Seltzer. Published by Osborne, November
2000.Paperback, 400 pages. ISBN: 0072129913 A well
written, practical hands-on guide to Terminal Services
that's easy to read and learn from. The author includes
plenty of screenshots and detailed walkthroughs of
common tasks with numerous tips and "Code
Blue" callouts that alert you to critical pitfalls.
Topics covered include setting up and deploying Terminal
Services, troubleshooting application issues, tips and
tricks, advanced management, optimizing performance,
licensing, capacity planning, and command line tools.
The publishers also feature a companion
web page for the series which includes a sample
chapter of the book in .PDF format
|Windows NT/2000 Thin Client Solutions: Implementing Terminal Server and Citrix Metaframe
By Todd Mathers. Published by Macmillan Technical Publishing,
June 2000 ISBN 1578702399. A great guide if you're inexperienced integrating Terminal Server with Citrix MetaFrame, and a must have if you're going through Citrix Administrator training. The book
is well organized and well balanced, and filled with the
author's tips and tricks. One of our favorite features was the excellent instructions for setting up user profiles and policies.
A must have if you're implementing Citrix MetaFrame with Windows
|Windows NT Terminal Server and Citrix MetaFrame
Ted Harwood New Riders Publishing, Paperback, Published November 1998, 390 pages, ISBN 1562059440 New Riders Networking Book Series have been generally excellent, and this book is no exception. It starts with an overview of TS and
its architectural differences to
MetaFrame, then moves to installation, configuration, and administration, and finishes up with implementation strategies.
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