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Microsoft® Windows Server™ 2003 Inside Out by William R. Stanek

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Setting Up Terminal Services

The tasks required to set up Terminal Services in single-server and multi-server environments are discussed in the sections that follow. As you read these sections, remember that if you want to use a multi-server environment with Session Directory service, all the servers involved must be running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition or later.

Installing Terminal Services

Two components are required for Terminal Services to work:

  • Terminal Services service, which is installed by default and configured to run automatically on Windows Server 2003

  • Terminal Server service, which is installed using Add Or Remove Programs

To install Terminal Server service, open the Control Panel and double-click Add Or Remove Programs. In the ...

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