terminal server on sbs 2003

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i have a sbs2003 with the last patch and update's', and i want to know if there a way to install a terminal server on him? and i dont ment to the built-in terminal server that allow administrator's to connect to the server, i'm talking about connecting user's to the terminal server, something about 8 tu 10 user's at once.. ? that a lot dror

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You can have a full blown Terminal Server on 2003 SBS, but you need 3rd-party software.

Take a look at <a href=”http://www.elusiva.com/products/TerminalServerPro.aspx”>Terminal Server Pro</a>

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  • carrybagman
    Once you have installed your server in non-TS mode (i.e. Anti-Virus, other apps) you'll be forced to re-install 3rd party apps. Consider, if budget allows, another server or Virtual Server and keep TS away from your normal server
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  • Ursulus
    Hang on... unless something has changed in recent times.. Terminal Server beyond the 3 administrative logins is expressly disabled in SBS2003 installations.. Well, that's what I thought.. please correct me if I'm wrong as I have had to spec some installations quite differently because I assumed Terminal Server was not available. Ursulus
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  • carrybagman
    I didn't know that! If you could forward any URL that states this, I would be very interested.
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  • HHMagicman
    This should answer its a MS blog http://www.microsoft.com/technet/community/chats/trans/sbs/sbs0421.mspx Ive installed a number of SBS systems recently, and yes for Terminal Services you definetely need to add in a new server to the domain with windows 2003 server on and make this a TS server
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  • Cadsystems
    If you are running SBS2003 you can put in a Windows 2000 server as a terminal server, and you only have to pay for a Windows 2000 server license; user CALS and TS CALS are legally provided by the SBS2003 server (if you use a Windows 2003 server as the TS you have to pay for TS CALS which are really expensive). We did this to keep costs down for our TS solution. http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=49921
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