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  • Blog Post: Deploying Windows Vista or Windows XP as the guest operating system in a Virtual Machine

    Overview The purpose of this post is to help an Administrator configure a Windows Vista or Windows XP operating system in a virtual machine for a Remote Desktop Services Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) deployment. This post is an addendum to the Step 2: Installing and Configuring the Virtual Machine...
  • Blog Post: Terminal Services RemoteApp™ Session Termination Logic

    Terminal Services RemoteApp™ Session Termination Logic There are several heuristics and session time limit Group Policy settings that dictate the lifetime of a RemoteApp session. The main difference in behavior between a RemoteApp session and a regular full desktop session is that there is no explicit...
  • Blog Post: Single credential prompt for TS Gateway Server and Terminal Server

    What is the advantage of displaying a single credential prompt for TS Gateway Server and Terminal Server? There are two levels of authentication required for a successful connection to a Terminal Server through a TS Gateway server. First level of authentication happens when the TS client connects...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Terminal Services Easy Print: Part 2

    [Part II in a series. Jump to Part I , Part II , Part III ] In Part 1 , we introduced the main benefit to Terminal Services (TS) Easy Print: a "driver-less" solution for printer redirection over a TS session. In addition, several other important changes have been made to improve printing redirection...
  • Blog Post: How to enable Single Sign-On for my Terminal Server connections

    Note: This post was updated on March 12, 2009, to include the latest information.   What is Single Sign-On? When applied to Terminal Services, Single Sign-On means using the credentials of the currently logged on user (also called default credentials) to log on to a remote computer. If you use the...
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