Re: Terminal server in Interenet Explorer
From: Joe K. (anonymous_at_discussions.microsoft.com)
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2004 10:43:53 -0700
Excellent. Thanks for the info. Do you know where I cna
get any expanded information on configuration & security
of the TSWEB app? Thanks again.
>Ah, OK - I misunderstood - sorry!
>You can install TSWEB and have people connect through
>although I personally prefer the remote desktop client
(and there's a
>version alreadly installed on WinXP). No problem having
people use both.
>Joe K. wrote:
>> I don't want to run Terminal serv er on the SBS2003.
>> said, that will be the file, print & mail server. I
>> have a separate web server and also a separate Terminal
>> Server. I want to know if there is a web based
>> to access terminal services or do I need to run the TS
>> Client setup from each location?
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> You can't run SBS 2003 terminal services in
application mode - nor
>>> would you want to. You never want to install
workstation apps on a
>>> DC or let users log into it. You can install a
separate server for
>>> TS, though...
>>> Joe K wrote:
>>>> I am planning a terminal server in a new network. It
>>>> consist of Windows 2003 SBS for e-mail and a file &
>>>> server. I will then have a web server that will be
>>>> website(s) & media streaming etc. I then want to add
>>>> Terminal Server. I have only used Terminal server
>>>> locally "in house" in the past. If I want the
>>>> work off site to connect, can I set them up to access
>>>> server through Internet Explorer from wherever they
>>>> do I need to set up the client machines with the
>>>> remote desktop client software/setup? There are users
>>>> around the country that need to run shared
>>>> that server & preferrably they would be able to run
>>>> from anywhere be it in their office or at a sales
>>>> site with a customer. Thanks for your help.