Windows Server® 2008 Terminal Services

Published: February 25, 2008

 

Welcome to the Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services guide, a part of the Infrastructure Planning and Design series from Solution Accelerators.

In This Guide

The Planning and Design Series Approach

Introduction

Terminal Services in Microsoft Infrastructure Optimization

Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Design Process

Step 1: Determine the Scope  of the Presentation Virtualization Project

Step 2: Determine Which Applications to Deliver and How They Will Be Used

Step 3: Determine Whether Terminal Services Can Deliver Each Application

Step 4: Categorize Users

Step 5: Determine the Number of Terminal Server Farms

Step 6: Map Applications and Users to Farms

Step 7: Design the Farm

Step 8: Determine Where to Store User Data

Step 9: Size and Place the Terminal Services Role Services for the Farms

Step 10: Secure the Communications

Conclusion

Appendix A: The User and Application Data Job Aid

Appendix B: The Application Analysis Job Aid

Appendix C: The Farm Design Job Aid

Appendix D: Server Performance Analyzing and Scaling

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