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Unformatted text preview: Using Terminal Services Using Terminal Services Lesson 8 Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Using RemoteApp Configure Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services RemoteApp (TS RemoteApp) 2.1 Monitoring Terminal Server Loads Configure and monitor Terminal Services resources 2.4 Using Network Level Authentication Configure Terminal Services server options 2.7 Terminal Terminal A terminal is a device with a display and a keyboard that provides the interface to the mainframe. Often called dumb terminals then, these devices did no computing themselves; they simply sent the users keystrokes to the mainframe and displayed the data that they received from it. Terminal Services Terminal Services Terminal Services is the modern equivalent of mainframe computing, in which servers perform most of the processing and clients are relatively simple devices that provide the user interface. Because the applications were centralized on the mainframe, all administration took place there. With Terminal Services, client computers can connect to a server and run individual applications or an entire desktop environment. The server does all of the application computing; the clients function only as terminals. Because the only application running on the client computer is a small communications program, this is also known as thin client computing . Terminal Server Terminal Server A single terminal server can support multiple clients. The number depends on the hardware resources in the server and the clients application requirements. To make the desktop or application appear on the client computer, the server transmits data and instructions that enable the client to render the graphical interface on its own display. I n return, to manipulate the applications running on the server, the client program transmits the users keystrokes and mouse movements. No application data passes between the client and the server; instead, only the client users input and the applications output is transmitted in graphical Terminal Services Components Terminal Services Components Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services implements these elements in the following three components: Terminal Server Remote Desktop Connection client Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Terminal Services Role Terminal Services Role Session I D Session I D To keep the client processes for individual sessions separate, the terminal server assigns each session a unique identifier called a Session I D . I n Windows Server 2008, Session I D 0 is always dedicated to the system services running on the computer, which isolates them from applications for security reasons....
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