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Terminal Services (TS) Remote Configuration Primer Part 1

  How to enable/disable TS connections remotely   Hello, my name is Soo Kuan Teo, I work on the Terminal Services Team. I would like to take this opportunity to begin sharing configuration features in TS. TS is about remotability. It allows users and administrators to access their computer resources remotely, just as if those...

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Terminal Server Licensing/Gateway WMI Providers

Hi, I am Nitin and I work as program manager in the Terminal Services team. I would like to talk about the WMI provider that we have introduced for Terminal Services Licensing and Terminal Server Gateway. In Longhorn server, we have introduced the support for a WMI provider for the Terminal Server Licensing role. Using...

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Terminal Services in Windows Server "Longhorn" chat – transcript

As I already mentioned in the previous post, we had a chat on August 1st where we talked about Terminal Services in Windows Server “Longhorn”. Ted Kummert, Chandra Shekaran, Tad Brockway, Joy Chik, Alex Balcanquall, Nelly Porter, Gaurav Daga, Samim Erdogan, and myself participated in the chat. There were over 150 participants and we answered...

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Upcoming chat: Terminal Services in Windows Server "Longhorn"

Finally! We were able to pull folks together for the next live chat on Terminal Services in Longhorn. The previous one was done last September, so there is going to be a lot more we can talk about. One notable change from last year – Ted Kummert, Corporate VP of Security, Access and Solutions Division...

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Terminal Server at TechEd – plus how you can "Virtually Attend"

For those of you not attending TechEd this year – I have compiled information about Terminal Services sessions AND how you can access some of them without being there. 1) Terminal Services sessions : SVR408  Terminal Services Capacity Planning, Performance Monitoring and Windows Server Resource Manager Monday, June 12 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM, 160...

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