Installing and Configuring the Terminal Services Advanced Client

The Terminal Services Advanced Client comes in a freely available download from the Microsoft web site at

The client itself is basically an ActiveX version of the standard Terminal Services client. For those not familiar with ActiveX, it is a language that web developers can use to create applications that can be run through a web browser. ActiveX is a Microsoft language and is supported only by Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x and above. If you want to deploy access to your Terminal Servers using other web browsers, such as Netscape, you will need to purchase Citrix MetaFrame and install the freely available Citrix ...

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