How Terminal Server Keeps Applications Separate

When you run applications on Terminal Server, a fair amount of magic goes on in the background to keep applications isolated from affecting one another. In addition, as a Terminal Server administrator you might need to take some of your own steps to ensure the applications running in a multiuser environment have their own isolated space in which to work. This section discusses how Terminal Server keeps applications separate and some of the steps you might need to take to help this process out.

Separating Temporary Folders

Many applications rely on the use of temporary folders to store temporary application components. By default on Windows 2000 and Windows NT 4.0 Server, however, the temporary directory ...

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