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    2008 Terminal Services

    Just installed a 2008 server, its my first real dabble with 2008. Want to get terminal services running, is there any documentation kicking about of how to do it? Couldnt really find much on google.

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    Best place to check and to follow best practises would be the technet whitepaper on terminal services.

    It can be found @ Windows ServerŪ*2008 Terminal Services

    http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/l...46(WS.10).aspx

    Hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbieBurns View Post
    Just installed a 2008 server, its my first real dabble with 2008. Want to get terminal services running, is there any documentation kicking about of how to do it? Couldnt really find much on google.
    BrianMadden.com - Application and desktop virtualization, VDI, and Citrix news, blogs, forums, and in-depth analysis is probably the best Terminal Services / Citrix site

    Microsoft TechNet Home Page (United Kingdom - English) is the best Microsoft site for this stuff

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    Thanks for the links.. one thing I cant find any info out, on is it possible to copy a file from a remote TS server over a Terminal Services session, to the local machine?

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    Hi Rabbie,
    Yes it is. Local drives can be made available in the Terminal Service session - just define your TS RAP to allow it. Don't know if you're thinking of using web access or terminal services client, but if you are using the client, don't do what I did & get deeply frustrated because local drives were not showing - I hadn't ticked the box in the client to allow it

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    thanks that was exactly it. I hadnt clicked to expand the "more" option in the rdc client, which then gave me the option to tick disks. Thanks a lot.

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