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Windows 2000 Terminal Server and Services

Microsoft's Terminal Services grew out of a partnership with Citrix's WinFrame product. Eventually it became Windows NT Terminal Server in Windows NT 4.0, and it is now a service in Windows 2000. Terminal Services allows low end PC's to connect to a designated server and use the servers processing power to run applications and store data (similar to "dumb terminals" that were used years ago). The new integration into Windows 2000 allows Remote Administration possibilities without using third party software.

 
Where to Start
Introductory articles, overviews, FAQ's and other resources for new Administrators
Book Reviews
Reviews and recommendations on books about Terminal Services
How to Articles
A collection of educational technical articles from around the web.
Install and Configure
Resources for pre-planning, deployment, installation and configuration of Terminal Services
Terminal Service Licensing
Articles related to configuring the license server for your Terminal Services clients
Misc. Articles
A collection of articles on a wide range of topics related to Terminal Services
Troubleshooting
Archive of known bugs and issues. 
Web Resources
Related Web Sites and Newgroups.
 

Terminal Services Learning Guide
This guide introduces you to terminal services and explains best practices for planning, installing and administering your Terminal Server. You'll find troubleshooting help, expert advice, articles, tutorials, tips, tools, white papers and more to pump up your knowledge of terminal services quickly.

Terminal Services Advanced Client
The Terminal Services Advanced Client (TSAC) is available on the Windows 2000 SP1 CD in the 'valueadd' directory, and is not a component of SP1 itself. As such, the TSAC is not included in the SP1 Web download, but it can be downloaded separately from the TSAC download page. The TSAC is a Win32©-based ActiveX? control (COM object) that can be used to run Terminal Services sessions within Microsoft Internet Explorer.

Managing Terminal Server with Systems Management Server
Need greater management options than you get with Terminal Server? Consider adding Systems Management Server. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine

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