Basic Application Installation and Tuning

Installing and running applications on Terminal Server might seem deceptively similar to installing and running them on a workstation; however, there are some important differences. One of the main differences to running applications successfully on Terminal Server is the need to understand the concept of application competition. Applications running on the Terminal Server compete with other applications and users for limited system resources. This means that if one application is taking more than its share of resources, this inequity will quickly start affecting all applications being run by all users on the system.

The second key concept is application isolation. In a multiuser environment, each instance ...

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