To install an application, you must log on to the server running Terminal Services by using the built-in Administrator account. After installation, you can run a compatibility script to modify the application to run on a Terminal Server.
To make an application available for multiple users, application files need to be copied to a central location on the server rather than a user's home directory. Note:
For security purposes, install all applications on an NTFS partition. Applications for multiple users There are two methods that you can use to make applications available for multiple users when installing
applications on a Terminal Server:
- Using Add/Remove Programs in Control Panel
- Running the change user command at the command prompt before and after installing the program