• What is the difference between VDI vs. Terminal Services?

    The VDI vs. Terminal Services (or RDS) debate is based on the differences between the two methods for delivering remote desktops. One uses sessions and the other connects users to full client OS desktops.

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  • Terminal Services: Increase disk and pagefile performance, reduce fragmentation and save disk space

    Advice for handling profiles/pagefile on TS to increase disk/pagefile performance, reduce fragmentation & save disk space.

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  • Use Terminal Services Manager to manage users, sessions, processes

    If users are accessing servers using the Remote Desktop connection, the utility Terminal Services Manager can help you check which user is connected to a particular server and which processes he has started.

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  • How to troubleshoot Terminal Services connection problems

    Having a problem with your Terminal Services connection resource limits? Find out how a registry key can help troubleshoot the issue.

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  • How to store user data in Terminal Services

    If your organization's session host can't store user data from a Terminal Services environment, a file server for Remote Desktop Services is an alternate option.

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  • What is the best utility for remotely administering AD?

    I always use Terminal Services Client to remotely control my server, but I always get a message "The Terminal Server exceeds the limit where there is no connection on the server through TSC." What could be the problem here? And what is the best utility to remotely administer Active Directory?

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  • When I log into a TS session, I can’t see my drive mappings

    When I log into a TS session I can't see my drive mappings. Do I have to create another account for TS sessions? Why can I not see my mappings within TS?

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  • Terminal Services expands user support in Windows Server 2008

    Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008 has improved support for knowledge workers needing support for multiple desktops, telecommuters and people working from remote offices.

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  • How do I move a Terminal Services license from one server to another?

    You can't exactly. You can back it up: If you back up both the System State data and the folder in which the Terminal Server License Server is installed, then data in both the registry and the Terminal Services licensing server database is backed up, and if you restore this data and database to the...

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  • Sporadic printing problem for session printers

    We have got a sporadic printing problem ( after some time printing Suddenly stops ) for session printers on Windows Data Center OS which is on a Unisys server using Terminal Services. This problem is resolved when we restart the server. Microsoft documentation says that after installing Windows...

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