Terminal Services for Microsoft Windows Server 2003: Advanced Technical Design Guide
Publisher: The Brian Madden Company | ISBN: 0971151040 | edition 2004 | CHM | 500 pages | 17,5 mb
This book is not authorized or approved by Microsoft, Citrix, or anyone else! Instead of vendor marketing speak, this book tells you how Terminal Server actually works. This book is not an administrator’s guide. Rather, it’s written for IT consultants, system engineers, and architects who must plan, design, implement, and optimize Windows 2003-based Terminal Server systems. It's filled with real-world, proven strategies created specifically for Windows Server 2003. See how some of the world's largest companies are using pure Terminal Server 2003 environments.
* Are you thinking about using Windows Server 2003's Terminal Services capabilities?
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* If you’re wondering whether Terminal Services will work for you, spend 50 bucks on this book before spending thousands of dollars on licenses.