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Configuring Terminal  Configuring Terminal  Services Clients Services Clients Lesson 9
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Planning a TS Licensing  Deployment Configure Terminal  Services licensing 2.5 Configuring RDC Options Configure Terminal  Services client  connections 2.6
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Terminal Services Clients Terminal Services Clients Configuring a terminal server is only half of  the equation.  To complete a Terminal Services  connection, you must configure the client  as well.  Selecting client hardware. Configuring the RDC client. Deploying a TS Licensing server.
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Remote Desktop Connection Remote Desktop Connection
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Remote Desktop Connection Hot Keys Remote Desktop Connection Hot Keys
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Easy Print Easy Print In previous versions of Terminal Services, for a  client to use a printer connected to the client  computer in a terminal session, both the client  and the terminal server must have the  appropriate printer driver installed.  In Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services, a  new feature called  Easy Print  eliminates the  need for the printer driver on the terminal server.  Instead, the terminal server has a generic Easy  Print driver based on the XML Paper  Specification (XPS) document format introduced  in Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.
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Easy Print Easy Print When you open a printer’s Properties sheet in  Windows, the printer-specific controls you see are  provided by the printer driver.  When a user in a terminal session tries to print a  document, it is accessing a driver on the terminal  server.  With Easy Print, the driver on the terminal server  redirects user interface calls back to the printer driver  on the client computer, so the user sees printer- specific controls without having a printer-specific driver  on the terminal server. When you print the document, the terminal server  creates a print job in the XPS format and transmits it to  the client computer, which prints it using the local  driver.
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Easy Print Easy Print Support for XPS is built in to Windows  Server 2008 and Windows Vista but not  Windows XP.  To use Easy Print on a Windows XP  computer, you must use the RDC 6.1  client and install .NET Framework 3.0,  which provides the support for XPS.
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course TECHNOLOGY MNE 210 taught by Professor Na during the Fall '10 term at Sullivan.

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