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Getting Started with Windows 2000 Terminal Services

 

Introducing Terminal Service Tools
Peek inside the Terminal Services toolkit to learn which tools to use to take control of user sessions, manage connection settings, stop runaway applications, and more. Source: Windows & .NET Magazine (August 2000)

Microsoft Windows 2000 Terminal Services Domain Issues Support WebCast
Windows 2000 Terminal Services is a good product for bringing users into a domain environment, whether your environment is Windows 2000 Active Directory or a Windows NT 4.0 domain. Proper Terminal Services configuration for the server©s operation mode, user home directories, user profiles, Terminal Services Licensing, and other domain issues are described in this presentation. Microsoft Knowledge Base articles and Web links complement the material for more information on the domain subjects presented.

Preparing for Windows 2000 Server Terminal Services
Review several important things you need to know as you get started with Terminal Services. Source: Windows 2000 Magazine (August 2000)

Terminal Services Basics
Sometimes there's no substitute for being able to see the server's screen in real time. Part 1 of this series explains the basics of Windows 2000's terminal services. Source: EarthWeb (Nov 2000)

Terminal Server Client Shortcut Key Combinations
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 186624 - Below is a list of shortcut keys that can be used on a Terminal Server Client. 

The Definitive Guide to Citrix MetaFrame XP
An online eBook sponsored by Citrix Systems. Free registration is required. Source: RealTimePublishers.com

The Definitive Guide to Windows 2000 Terminal Services
An online eBook sponsored by New Moon Systems. Free registration is required. Source: RealTimePublishers.com

Through Thick and Thin
A hard look at the Pro and Cons of Terminal Server and its promises to lower TCO. Source: Windows NT Systems Magazine (Jan 1999)

Windows 2000 Terminal Services Capacity and Scaling
Microsoft white paper provides capacity and scaling results, testing methodology and detailed performance analysis of the Terminal Services component of the Windows© 2000 server family. Source: Microsoft.com (updated May 8, 2000)

Windows 2000 Terminal Services Issues in an Active Directory Domain Environment
Microsoft Knowledge Base Article: 250776 - Windows 2000 Terminal Services provides increased functionality for Windows 2000 domain environments, and affects all aspects of the domain environment. This article describes the affected areas, and provides links to Microsoft Knowledge Base articles 

Windows Terminal Server
Early article by Michael Burns introducing Terminal Server and its components. One of the best overviews that we've found, and a must read for new Admins. Source: Windows NT Systems Magazine (August 1998)

Zero Administration Kit for Terminal Server 
The Zero Administration Kit (ZAK) allows system administrators to limit end-user access to system files and unauthorized applications. Source: Microsoft.com

 

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