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Hi, I have a Server with server 2003 and 2 terminals. When I log in the terminal starts fine but when I want to navegate the network by My network places it tells me that I have problems with my permissions, but this is just from 2 days ago, it was perferct for 3 years running. I don't understand....
How can we migrate all of our users xp data to our new terminal server where they will be working out of? There computers will be replaced with thin terminals. We want their experience to stay the same or improve but we will not settle for less.
Can I have windows 2008 TS gateway server on one server with windows 2003 terminal server on another server ? Will I lose any features if the terminal server is windows 2003?