Terminal Services Team Blog : Vista Remote Desktop Connection Authentication FAQ

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There has been a lot of feedback about the new authentication features introduced in the latest version of the Remote Desktop Connection client. These features are part of our efforts to improve security for Terminal Services (TS) in Windows Vista and Windows Server code name “Longhorn” , however some users have run into a variety of problems that have caused frustration. In order to alleviate some of the frustrations, below is an FAQ on various symptoms users have run into, along with solutions and workarounds.

Source: Terminal Services Team Blog : Vista Remote Desktop Connection Authentication FAQ

Animaoline Remote Desktop

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“Animaonline Remote Desktop” lets the user connect to computers that are running Windows NT 4.0 and later versions, and remote control them. The application uses Microsoft “Remote Desktop Protocol”
The “Remote Desktop Protocol” default settings were tweaked to make this application faster than MSTSC, there are also some additional features.
Version 1.1 (BETA) Has been released!
ARD 1.1 (BETA)

Source: Animaoline Remote Desktop

An Introduction to Terminal Services Remote Programs (Part 2)

 

This article leads through the rest of the configuration process.

If you missed the first article in this series please read An Introduction to Terminal Services Remote Programs (Part 1).

In the first part of this article series you were introduced to Terminal Services Remote Programs and walked through the installation of the Terminal Server role on a Longhorn Server. In this article, we will continue the discussion by leading you through the rest of the configuration process.

Source: An Introduction to Terminal Services Remote Programs (Part 2)

Application Publishing: Comparing Longhorn Terminal Services to Citrix Presentation Server

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To begin, it’s important to clarify the terminology. As technologists familiar with Citrix products, Citrix terminology has become the de facto industry standard. What Citrix calls a “Published Application”, Microsoft refers to as a “Remote Program”. In this sense a Remote Program from the user’s perspective is an application running remotely on a server, but it means the same thing as Published Application. This article will refer to both terms.

Moving forward, after installing Windows Longhorn Server, you’ll naturally need to install Terminal Services. In Windows 2003 this is done via Add/Remove Windows Components, whereas in Windows Longhorn, Terminal Services is added as a “Role”. This is done by simply running the Add Roles Wizard in Server Manager. (Note that the Server Manager of Windows Longhorn is totally different from the Server Manager of the NT 4.0 days.)

When it comes time to “published applications” in Longhorn, Server Manager can also handle this functionality or you can use the Terminal Services Remote Programs (TSRP) MMC snap-in. When compared to Citrix’s Presentation Sever Java Console, Longhorn’s Server Manager provides a similar look and feel, however, when solely administering remote programs you may opt for the TSRP console.

Source: Application Publishing: Comparing Longhorn Terminal Services to Citrix Presentation Server