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The Terminal Services guide leads you step-by-step through the process of planning a Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services infrastructure. The guide addresses fundamental decisions and tasks including identifying which applications are to be delivered by Terminal Services and determining whether Terminal Services is the right approach to use. Determine the resources needed to employ Terminal Services to serve the selected applications and design the components, layout, security, and connectivity of the Terminal Services infrastructure.
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