Windows 2003 Terminal Services

Windows 2003 Terminal Services



Terminal Services allow:

  • the sharing of applications and desktops over the network

  • administrators to take control of, and manage, a computer from their desk

  • the centralization and management of applications (constantly keeping them up to date)

The ability to access a terminal server and establish a session via a Pocket PC, for example, is a great feature that would be handy for employees on the move. Terminal Server does not require the client to have a Microsoft Windows operating system in order to connect to it.


The attached document contains information on:

- Setting up Windows 2003 as a Terminal Server

- Terminal Server Configuration

- Troubleshooting Logon Problems

- Terminal Services Client Logon - A step-by-step guide

- Additional Tips

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