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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 you can plan your terminal server hardware so that your terminal service environment will run efficiently.
Added: 02/09/2006, Hits: 485, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Load Balancing Terminal Services: All you wanted to know but were afraid to ask (Part 1)
 
This article will give a better idea of what Load Balancing is, the most common features you should look out for and what your options are.
Added: 05/11/2006, Hits: 498, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Load Balancing Terminal Services: All you wanted to know but were afraid to ask (Part 2)
 
Resuming from where we left, in this second part we will finish discussing the software based options, take a quick peek at the hardware options out there and conclude with some useful advice!
Added: 06/02/2006, Hits: 497, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Locking Down Windows Terminal Services
 
Some of the many methods that can be used to lock down Windows Terminal Services.
Added: 05/31/2007, Hits: 503, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Managing Printer Drivers
 
How to manage your printer drivers in a Terminal Server environment.
Added: 02/16/2007, Hits: 559, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Managing Terminal Services with Group Policy
 
How to manage Windows Terminal Servers with Group Policy.
Added: 03/16/2007, Hits: 569, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Managing User Specific Application Configuration Data in a Terminal Service Environment
 
Today almost every Windows application writes data to the Windows registry during the installation process. Although the way that the application uses the registry isn’t usually a pressing issue on a standard PC, registry key placement becomes crucially important when the application is run in a Terminal Service environment. In this article, I will explain why this is the case and how the Terminal Services manages application related registry entries for multiple users.
Added: 02/16/2006, Hits: 508, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Migrating User Settings with the Flex Profile Kit
 
How you can use Flex Profile Kit to migrate user settings.
Added: 03/23/2007, Hits: 480, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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MUI in a Terminal Services World
 
This articles describes what MUI (Multilingual User Interface) is and the main reasons why it is a must on corporate environments dealing with multiple language requirements.
Added: 03/16/2006, Hits: 520, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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My CPU is at 100%, What Can I Do About It?
 
One of the main challenges in the Terminal Server environment is the high usage of resources like the CPU. In this article we are going to take a look at what causes this high usage and what you can do to control the resource usage.
Added: 02/24/2006, Hits: 551, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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New Terminal Services Features in Longhorn Server (LHS) Beta 3
 
A description of the new features added to Windows Terminal Services in LHS Beta 3.
Added: 05/11/2007, Hits: 476, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Running Legacy 16-Bit Applications in a Terminal Service Environment
 
It may seem strange to talk about applications written for an operating system that has been obsolete for at least ten years, but believe it or not, there are a huge number of companies that still depend on legacy DOS applications for mission critical tasks. Unfortunately, DOS applications do not tend to work well with the Windows Terminal Services. In this article, I will discuss some of the underlying reasons for this incompatibility. After doing so, I will then go on to discuss some possible resolutions for the various compatibility issues.
Added: 02/24/2006, Hits: 556, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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SBC Migration Best Practices
 
How do we migrate users smoothly to a new SBC Infrastructure? In this article several scenarios will be described.
Added: 11/09/2007, Hits: 496, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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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.
Added: 02/03/2006, Hits: 429, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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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 settings (Winstation settings for the really old school crowd). We will explore the settings and properties that may be managed via VBScript and WMI.
Added: 02/09/2006, Hits: 435, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Scripting for Server Based Computing: Part 3 – Citrix Presentation Server Scripting
 
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 three of this article series will look at Citrix Presentation Server’s MFCOM Object. We will explore the settings and properties that may be managed via VBScript and WMI.
Added: 03/02/2006, Hits: 449, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Securing the Windows Terminal Services
 
Security is important for just about any computer network, but it tends to be especially important in a Terminal Service environment. Think about it for a moment; users are running applications directly on your server. If a vulnerability exists in an application or in the server’s configuration exists, then the vulnerability could potentially be exploited in an effort to gain access to the underlying operating system. That being the case, it’s worth spending some extra time making sure that you have done a good job securing the Terminal Services. In this article, I will share some security techniques with you.
Added: 03/09/2006, Hits: 491, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Securing Your Terminal/Citrix Servers with The Security Configuration Wizard
 
Terminal/Citrix environments by their very nature allow interactive access to their servers. Interactive access to a server also happens to be the Valhalla in hackerland. Seems like you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place, right? There’s only one thing to do: secure those servers! One of the tools you should use to secure your servers is the Security Configuration Wizard.
Added: 03/23/2006, Hits: 451, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Selecting an SBC Product for your Environment
 
This article discusses which components should be considered when building an SBC infrastructure for your environment.
Added: 10/06/2006, Hits: 485, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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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.
Added: 02/16/2006, Hits: 525, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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