Basic Terminal Server Desktop Management

What you decide to put on user desktops and how you secure them has a direct effect on the reliability, security, and administrative cost of your Terminal Server solution. Remember that a user who runs applications from a Terminal Server desktop is essentially running the application as if standing in front of the server in your server room, accessing the server console. Whatever the user could do to the server while logged on to the server at the console, he could do while sitting hundreds of miles away remote controlling a desktop on your Terminal Server. When you multiply this concept by hundreds or even thousands of users, you can see how the concept of securing your servers, and especially your user ...

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