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Lesson 1

Install Terminal Services

You will find that Windows 2000 Terminal Server provides an ideal solution for organizations and clients that do not want to upgrade their present hardware, but want to take advantage of 32-bit Windows applications that require greater memory and processing power than what can be delivered with their extant hardware. You will find that the Terminal Server provides quick responses for the user. The Microsoft RDP protocol allows for quick and seamless transmission of screen redraws from the Terminal Server to the user's Terminal Server client application. By the end of this module, you should be able to:
  1. Install Terminal Services
  2. Configure user access and client settings
  3. Install Terminal Services Client
  4. Establish a Terminal session
  5. Choose installation options
  6. Run application compatibility scripts
  7. Adjust the performance and security settings for remote administration

The next lesson looks at how to install Terminal Services.

Securing Microsoft Terminal Services