The book was very useful in explaining how to design a terminal server environment and also provided many good tips on managing and integrating with group policies. However, the book is not meant to be a guide on how to configure terminal services. This is a more technical reference guide not targeted towards the beginner.. This book gives a helpful overview of thin-client computing using Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services. It is clearly written for the administrator, but network design engineers or those who need to understand performance issues in thin-client environments still could read it profitably. Many businesses still insist on centrally managed computing, and 2003 Terminal Services was designed for those that do.
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