Finally: Server-Side Computing Based on Functionality Native to Windows
With the inclusion of Terminal Services as a core part of Windows 2000 Server, building and maintaining an effective server-based computing environment became a lot easier. Windows Terminal Services makes it easier still, teaching you all the techniques required to deliver the Windows desktop and Windows applications to a wide range of client devices and machines. Clear, consistent examples illustrate these techniques in detailso you stay on track and accomplish all your goals. Coverage includes:
• Understanding the client display features associated with each protocol and version
• Understanding the Terminal Services and MetaFrame XP licensing models
• Building better application servers
• Installing and configuring Terminal Services and MetaFrame XP
• Automatically distributing RDP and ICA clients
• Planning client access to server and network resources
• Troubleshooting client connection problems
• Managing user sessions
• Installing and configuring printer access for terminal sessions
• Installing and configuring applications on application servers
• Securing application servers at the network, server, and client levels
• Tuning application server performance
About the Series
The Mark Minasi Windows Administrator Library equips system administrators with in-depth technical solutions to the many challenges associated with administering Windows in an enterprise setting. The series editor is leading Windows expert Mark Minasi, who selects the topics and authors, then develops and reviews each book to ensure that it meets your needs and helps you achieve your goals.
|Series:||Mark Minasi Windows Administrator Librar|
|Product dimensions:||7.10(w) x 9.46(h) x 1.06(d)|
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Introducing Windows Terminal Services.
Chapter 2: Core Parts of Windows Terminal Services.
Chapter 3: Planning the Terminal Server Environment.
Chapter 4: Rolling Out Terminal Services.
Chapter 5: Preparing Client Connections.
Chapter 6: Managing Terminal Sessions.
Chapter 7: Installing and Tuning Applications on an Application Server.
Chapter 8: Supporting Printing in a Multiuser Environment.
Chapter 9: Ongoing Server Management.
Appendix A: Additional Reading and Resources.