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WEBCAST SCHEDULE Today’s event will run one-hour long. Here are the expected times for WEBCAST SCHEDULE Today’s event will run one-hour long. Here are the expected times for each segment of the webcast: n : 00 – : 05: Moderator introduces the speaker and discusses the details of the webcast. n : 05 - : 35: Speaker delivers a Power. Point presentation on the webcast topic. n : 35 - : 60: Moderator and speaker engage in a Q&A on the topic.

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The Terminal Services Report Card Where Terminal Services has been, where it’s going and The Terminal Services Report Card Where Terminal Services has been, where it’s going and how the changes affect the need for third-party software Copyright 2003 Christa Anderson

Agenda n n What do you need a terminal server to do? Evolution of Agenda n n What do you need a terminal server to do? Evolution of Terminal Services What’s new in Windows Server 2003? What’s still missing? Click the “Ask a question” button in the lower left section of your screen to submit a question.

What do you need a terminal server to do? n n n n Provide What do you need a terminal server to do? n n n n Provide a rich client experience to users Map local resources to terminal sessions if needed Provide users secure access to the server Simplify printer driver management Get applications to the terminal servers and configure them appropriately Distribute client sessions across servers Distribute licenses to qualified users

Evolution of Terminal Services Windows NT, Terminal Server Edition Windows 2000 Server Evolution of Terminal Services Windows NT, Terminal Server Edition Windows 2000 Server

TSE n n Remote RDP sessions 256 color, no session-client interaction Difficult to manage TSE n n Remote RDP sessions 256 color, no session-client interaction Difficult to manage per-user settings Almost required Meta. Frame Click the “Ask a question” button in the lower left section of your screen to submit a question.

Windows 2000 Server n n n n Session encryption and compression Improvements in bandwidth Windows 2000 Server n n n n Session encryption and compression Improvements in bandwidth usage and resource usage Client printer mapping Shared clipboard Remote control (session shadowing) Integration with core OS New license management utility Network load balancing (Advanced Server and Data. Center only)

What’s new in Windows Server 2003? n n Client changes Server changes Click the What’s new in Windows Server 2003? n n Client changes Server changes Click the “Ask a question” button in the lower left section of your screen to submit a question.

Client changes: B n n n n Automatic client reconnect Concurrent connection limiting True Client changes: B n n n n Automatic client reconnect Concurrent connection limiting True color support Mapped drives Sound Improved full-screen mode More responsive sessions

Server changes: Bn n Group policies managing server and user settings New licensing scheme Server changes: Bn n Group policies managing server and user settings New licensing scheme Control over license issue Server farms (Enterprise Server only) Click the “Ask a question” button in the lower left section of your screen to submit a question.

Server and user group policies n n You can now configure Terminal Services using Server and user group policies n n You can now configure Terminal Services using group policies Per-computer settings control Configured policies control — otherwise, normal configuration priorities are in effect Use loopback policies to make sure that appropriate policies control when users log onto the terminal server

Licensing in Windows Server 2003 n n n Both per-seat and per-user TSCALs Unlimited Licensing in Windows Server 2003 n n n Both per-seat and per-user TSCALs Unlimited External Connector license replaces Internet Connector license Unlimited pool disabled Click the “Ask a question” button in the lower left section of your screen to submit a question.

Server farms n n Not equivalent to Meta. Frame server farms Allows users to Server farms n n Not equivalent to Meta. Frame server farms Allows users to connect to a single virtual server Uses NLB or other load balancing to ensure that user requests are spread out Reconnected sessions restored on previous server

What’s still missing? Click the “Ask a question” button in the lower left section What’s still missing? Click the “Ask a question” button in the lower left section of your screen to submit a question.

Server-side wish list n n n Printer driver management Stress-based or application-based load balancing Server-side wish list n n n Printer driver management Stress-based or application-based load balancing Server zones Click the “Ask a question” button in the lower left section of your screen to submit a question.

Client-side wish list n n n Application publishing Seamless windows Automatic printer mapping for Client-side wish list n n n Application publishing Seamless windows Automatic printer mapping for CE devices Bandwidth management for print jobs Built-in support for non-Win 32 clients SSL support

What’s in Meta. Frame XP? n n n 3 versions of Meta. Frame XP, What’s in Meta. Frame XP? n n n 3 versions of Meta. Frame XP, all with different capabilities Many features also included in feature releases Remember that some Meta. Frame features are available in the OS or in Microsoft addons

Are other options available? n Terminal Services has become so capable that it’s worth Are other options available? n Terminal Services has become so capable that it’s worth investigating other options for a la carte additions such as: n n Print driver management or elimination Non-Windows client support Application metering Etc. , etc.

Summary n n Windows Server 2003 doesn’t get an A yet — but neither Summary n n Windows Server 2003 doesn’t get an A yet — but neither does Meta. Frame Most of the important features of Meta. Frame are for very large networks You can use the core OS to duplicate some features in Meta. Frame Investigate single-function utilities to supplement native Terminal Services

Any questions? n n Free newsletter signup at www. isinglassconsulting. com Terminal Services forums Any questions? n n Free newsletter signup at www. isinglassconsulting. com Terminal Services forums at www. minasi. com Click the “Ask a question” button in the lower left section of your screen to submit a question.

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