How to deploy an “classic” terminal server with Windows 2012

Since Windows 2008 the “oldschool” and well known 2003 terminal services are extended on rich web services which provides now great new capabilities in designing and deploying built in terminal server services based on HTTP/HTTPS. in combination with RD Gateway the applications can also be securely published to WWW and session host server be isolated…

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Step-by-Step and Capacity Planning Guides for Remote Desktop Services–SP1 updated

Microsoft has released updated documents for host and capacity planning as well step-by-step documentation for their great and really powerfully new terminal service roles like Session Host, RD Web Access, RD Gateway (my favourite), RD Virtualization host…..with updated functionalities like RemoteFX for VDI scenarios based on Windows 2008 R2 SP1. Here are consolidated links of…

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Terminal Services aka Remote Desktop Services Step-by-Step Guide’s available

Here is an summarized list of all step-by-step guides from Microsoft around deploying Terminal Services (RTM) / RDS  – Remote Desktop Services (R2) with Windows Server 2008 RTM/R2. I personally think there are many useful scenarios where this built-in role can be implemented. My personal favourite is the TSGateway (RTM) or RD Gateway (R2) where…