Deploying Applications with Terminal Services

With minimal effort, you can quickly deploy a terminal server in your environment that hosts your set of needed applications. Yet doing so in a way that meets your users' expectations definitely requires a little extra thought. If you are a terminal server administrator, take a step back from your remote applications infrastructure and consider […]

With minimal effort, you can quickly deploy a terminal server in your environment that hosts your set of needed applications. Yet doing so in a way that meets your users' expectations definitely requires a little extra thought.

If you are a terminal server administrator, take a step back from your remote applications infrastructure and consider the following: How are you deploying applications? Do you supply users with remote desktops or TS RemoteApps? Do users access their apps via static Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) files, a Web page, or desktop shortcuts?

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