Windows Terminal Services can be centrally administered and configured across a domain from a single console. The five main applications used to administer Terminal Services servers and clients are as follows:
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 management console that lets you modify the configuration of the local Terminal Services server
TS RemoteApp Manager. A management console that lets you manage what applications are available as remote apps, and how they are deployed
TS Gateway Manager. A management console that lets you manage what applications are available as on the TS ...