Windows 2000 Terminal Server Features

Now that you have a good understanding of the architecture that makes Terminal Server possible, it is time to explore its many features. Microsoft is very dedicated to the continual improvement of server-based technology in its products and has implemented many significant improvements in Windows 2000 Terminal Services over those available in WTS 4.0. These improvements have mainly been enabled by the new version of the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP). As discussed in the preceding chapter, RDP is Terminal Server's thin client protocol. In addition to improvements in RDP, several additional features have been added to the operating system that are important to consider when implementing server-based solutions, ...

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