You can administer a Terminal Services machine from three points.
You can run this console from any station to display and control Terminal Services connections on a network.
This console runs on each Terminal Services machine to adjust the individual Terminal Services configurations on each machine.
This console manages licensing across all Terminal Services machines in a domain.
I covered the Terminal Services Licensing applet in the previous section. In this section, I’ll cover the basic administrative functions that the Terminal Services Manager applet can perform, and then I will focus on some common tasks using the Terminal Services Configuration applet.
Terminal Services Manager (TSM) is the focal point where all connections between client computers and Terminal Services machines come into view. Think of it as “mission control.”
TSM’s full functionality works only when you run the console from a remote machine connected to Terminal Services through a session. Running TSM locally on the machine running Terminal Services will limit the functionality available to you.
Figure 10-4 shows the basic TSM layout.
Figure 10-4. The default Terminal Services Manager window
By default, TSM shows all Terminal Services ...