Windows Terminal Services can be centrally administered and configured across a domain from a single console. Three main applications are used to administer Terminal Services servers and clients:

  • Terminal Services Manager Monitors and controls the connections to all Terminal Services servers on the network

  • Terminal Services Configuration Runs only locally on each terminal server; a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in that lets you modify the configuration of the local Terminal Services server

  • Terminal Services Licensing Manages Client Access Licenses for Terminal Services across the domain or workgroup


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