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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services
byBernhard Tritsch ISBN:0735619042
Microsoft Press 2004

This text explains the use of terminal servers as central execution platforms for Windows-based applications, based on having a host server to which many users can log on simultaneously from low-maintenance clients.

Table of Contents
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services
Preface
About This Book
Chapter 1 - The Concept of Terminal Services
Chapter 2 - Installation and Configuration
Chapter 3 - Communication Protocols and Thin Clients
Chapter 4 - Administration and Operation
Chapter 5 - Integrating Applications
Chapter 6 - Registry
Chapter 7 - Scripting
Chapter 8 - Security and Stability
Chapter 9 - Citrix MetaFrame XP Presentation Server
Chapter 10 - Administration of Citrix MetaFrame Servers
Chapter 11 - Resource Management in Server Farms
Chapter 12 - Web Access to Terminal Server Applications
Chapter 13 - Application Access Portals
Chapter 14 - Optimization and Troubleshooting
Chapter 15 - How to Plan Production Environments
Index
List of Figures
List of Tables
List of Listings

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