• Getting back tsconfig.msc / tsadmin.msc on Windows Server 2012

    Over the past few months, I got used to "tsconfig.msc" and "tsadmin.msc" (also known as Terminal Services Configuration and Terminal Services Administration MMC snapins). But now, I really dislike the new RDMS user interface replacement. Would anyone know how to get it back on Windows Server 2012?...

    ITKE342,785 pointsBadges:
  • API to determine if software is running on Citrix or Terminal Services

    I'm trying to figure out an API/function that I can call to find out what software is running on Citrix, Terminal Services or a stand-alone PC. Here's an example of what I'm looking for: Select Case APIWhatSystem.Type.ToString Case "Citrix" bCitrix = True Case "TS" bTerminalServices = True Case...

    ITKE342,785 pointsBadges:
  • Citrix MetaFrame Login – Credential Validation Error

    I am new to Citrix Metaframe. Recently I had a virus attack and My Citrix server crushed. I have re-installed all the necessary services and also installed Citrix Metaframe 4.0. I have published applications on a myfarm and I can open then in Citrix program neighborhood. The problem comes when I...

    Sam19795 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Desktop Services – How does it benefit the end user.

    I have some customers using Terminal Services (Win 2003 R2)Their IT provider wants to upgrade them to Remote Desktop Services (Win 2008).Whilst there are good prudent technical reasons for doing this, what will the end user experience?For example, will it be faster? Will the user see any tangible...

    paulkelly15 pointsBadges:
  • Replace a Terminal Services Server

    I have to replace a current terminal services server. In order to do this you have to deactivate the current terminal services server before you can put the new terminal services server in place. How do you deactivate and then reactivate the new server? Thanks

    Skenny175 pointsBadges:
  • Remote Desktop Gateway Virtual Desktop vs Terminal Services

    http://searchvirtualdesktop.techtarget.com/tip/0,289483,sid194_gci1370035,00.html?ShortReg=1&mboxConv=searchVirtualDesktop_RegActivate_Submit& In reference to the above article I would like some clarification 1) Remote Desktop Gateway - I am assuming this is not an essential requirement for...

    Arlesterc35 pointsBadges:
  • Desktop Virtualization without Active Directory

    We want to virtualize approx. 30 walkup webbrowsers.  Our backend is Linux and we do not use Active Directory.  Is Terminal Services the best way to go or do you suggest something else.

    jewels30 pointsBadges:
  • Provide outside access in a workgroup

    We are a medical facility, under HIPAA regulations, that has a need to securely provide access to resources internally on our workgroup network to users outside the network. How could we share a file/folder so that people internally can use the file/folder but also allow outside users to the same...

    ConFlicker210 pointsBadges:
  • Local Administration Rights

    I would like to create a "power users" group in my active directory that gives users full admin rights on the local computer - the computer that they are actively logged on to - to use with roaming profiles. So many programs require administrator privileges for "first use," and we have users that...

    Hairstraightback15 pointsBadges:
  • Thin Client set up

    I have proposed that we consider bringing in Thin Clients for roughly 1/2 of our workstations, so am now tasked with bringing forward details for a complete roll-out plan....and I'm not highly experienced in this area (although I have worked with them, and enjoyed the experience) I need to find out...

    AndreaF7,945 pointsBadges:
  • Terminal Services and Active Directory on one box

    I have a windows server 2003 standard with terminal Services and Active Directory setup on the one box. user profiles are local to this machine. We want to seperate the AD from this box onto another.Once AD is swung to the new machine and AD removed from the old machine will the user profiles on...

    123456300 pointsBadges:
  • IP based Access Restriction for Terminal Services

    I am looking for an solution where we can restrict the Terminal services access using IP address in LAN envirinment at OS level. All the servers are in same IP subnet & connected through same network switch. Is anyone tried doing such things. Please suggest if any soultion if available.

    Sajiddsayyed15 pointsBadges:
  • Disappearing Tables when in Terminal Server

    After installing Crystal Report in Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server, I can stand in front of the server (as administrator) AND/OR Terminal into the machine as administrator and create reports. Once I log off my TS session, I can stand in front of the server (as administrator) and create reports...

    Scp19735 pointsBadges:
  • Terminal Services profiles for active directory domain

    We migrated our users and manually moved their terminal services profiles from the file server to a new server in the AD domain. The issue i ran into was that the stored profiles ntuser.dat HKCU hive still has the sourcedomainuser1 and not the targetdomainuser1.  I read that ADMT can't update...

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • Windows Server 2003 Storage

    can i use a Windows Server Storage 2003 R2 as a Terminal Server with Terminal Services, TS licensing?

    ITKE342,785 pointsBadges:
  • simply copy from one pc to another

    hello. I was ashamed to ask the question to my colleagues though I am an absolute newbie... When I finally got the courage to do ask, I found out to my surprise that they did not know better than me..... here is the question: I access the AD of my customer by logging to a windows server 2003, call...

    NewBie8060 pointsBadges:
  • Windows 7 RDP listener port

    how to change windows 7 rdp listener port

    Kenithg30 pointsBadges:
  • Global file associations question

    Currently i have MS office and open office.org installed on our terminal Server. When users log on and try to open files with the extention CSV it by default opens MS word. I don't want this to happen, i need EVERY user that logs on to the TS to by default open- open office.org for any CSV files....

    Ktarnold5 pointsBadges:
  • Terminal Server 2008

    sometimes ago, installed termnial services role on one of the server 2008 server to provide users with access to a custom design rating application.now they're complaining they cant accessthe terminal services desktops. what have caused this error? how do i fix this?thanks

    Dezerexion20 pointsBadges:
  • MS Terminal Services Client Control

    Where can I download MS Terminal Services Client Control add on

    Julius19735 pointsBadges:

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