Terminal Services

Last Updated on 14 Jan. 2010, Total: 160 Articles and Tutorials

69 General
14 Licensing
19 Management Tools
14 Performance
7 Printing
3 Product Reviews
19 Scripting
15 Security
  1. Dealing with Poor Bandwidth and Latency

    Poor bandwidth and latency can have a huge impact on the use of Server Based Computing and can lead to an unworkable environment for the end users. This article will help you understand and fight these issues where possible... Read More

  2. Terminal Server and the Profile Challenge

    Profile problems? "No, we never have problems with our profiles." This is almost the standard answer I get when asking, “Do you have problems with your profiles?” when administrators tell me about some strange problems. This article will discuss the potential profile challenges which need to be tackled in a Terminal Server environment... Read More

  3. Terminal Services Features in Longhorn

    Microsoft has finally released some concrete information about the Terminal Services features in their next server OS platform release, still titled “Longhorn”. We'll take a look at what they plan to provide and how it can impact your installation... Read More

  4. Juggling Terminal Service Resources

    Thin client computing has been around for many decades. Although the basic underlying principles are the same for terminal sessions today as they were thirty years ago, the demands made against the servers that host terminal sessions have increased exponentially. Bloated applications and resource hungry operating systems place huge demands on terminal servers. In this article, I will discuss how... Read More

  5. Scripting for Server Based Computing: Part 2 – Terminal Services Server and Connection Settings

    VBScript and WMI are very powerful toolsets that allow server based computing administrators to perform some very complex, and sometimes mundane, tasks with consistency and speed. This article series serves as a look into leveraging this toolset to simplify the configuration of server and user settings. Part 2 of this article series will look at terminal services server and connection... Read More

  6. Surviving Printing on Citrix

    Printing with Citrix has always been a major problem, causing headaches all around. This article will help you stabilize your printing environment... Read More

  7. What RDP GPO Settings can do to your Citrix Servers

    Within Windows 2003 Server, Microsoft has added several new Group Policy Objects (GPO) settings to their product. The Terminal Server object is one which got a lot of new settings. Wonderful settings if you are using Terminal Server, but what happens if you are using these settings on a Terminal Server where Citrix Presentation Server is installed?... Read More

  8. Using the Terminal Services through Internet Information Server

    Although the Terminal Services can be used as a management tool, sometimes firewall port issues or the unavailability of a Terminal Service client can make using the Terminal Services impractical. However, there is a Web based Terminal Service client included with Windows Server 2003. This client allows you to remotely access a Windows 2003 Server through a Web browser... Read More

  9. Citrix Access Suite 4.0 – It’s Not Your Daddy’s MetaFrame

    Citrix has released their newest product line, Access Suite 4.0. Find out what`s different and why you want it in your environment... Read More

  10. Scripting for Server Based Computing: Part 1 – Terminal Services Attributes for Active Directory User Objects

    VBScript and WMI are very powerful toolsets that allow server based computing administrators to perform some very complex, and sometimes mundane, tasks with consistency and speed. This article series serves as a look into leveraging this toolset to simplify the configuration of server and user settings. Part 1 will look at terminal services specific settings for Active Directory User Objects... Read More