Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services
Get essential guidance on how to configure and manage thin-client application servers and centralized applications —and help reduce ownership costs—using Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services.
Author: Bernhard Tritsch ISBN: 0-7356-1904-2 Published: December 2003 Publisher: Microsoft Press, Book and CD-ROM Pages: 608 Price: 49,99 US$ About the Book.
Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services, published by Microsoft Press The definitive resource for configuring and managing centralized application s with Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services.
Get the definitive technical guidance you need to use Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services to deliver Microsoft Windows®–based applications, or the Windows desktop itself, to virtually any computing device—and maximize the efficiency of your server system.
Delve into the fundamentals—system architecture, hardware and network requirements, system installation, and user and group management—and move up to advanced system administration topics, including optimizing applications , modifying the registry, security options, scripting, Terminal Server analysis tools, stability, and scalability.
Learn how to extend your system using Citrix MetaFrame and server farms
Discover how to set up Web-based application access portals
including integration with the Microsoft.
NET Framework, and review real-world practices for implementing Terminal Services in production environment s.
In-depth, focused, and hands-on, this book provides everything IT professionals need to help maximize the productivity of their enterprise server systems and reduce ownership and support costs.
Table of Content.
The Concept of Terminal Services
Installation and Configuration .
Communication Protocols and Thin Clients
Administration and Operation.
Integrating Applications .
Security and Stability.
Citrix MetaFrame XP Presentation Server
Administration of Citrix MetaFrame Servers
Resource Management in Server Farms
Web Access to Terminal Server Applications
Application Access Portals .