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    Setting up TS

    Hi I am looking to setup a vpn. This is going to go via the LA. They have advised me to setup a ts server and they can redirect to that once into he LA via rsa session.

    Please can somebody advise how to setup a ts server and should it be on its own box or dc etc etc


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    I don't know how much you have looked into this but what are you trying to accomplish in the first place?

    A VPN will allow remote access to the school (file shares/internal websites/ect) and the Terminal Server will allow remote access to a Windows like desktop with applications ect.

    Is this something for both the staff and students or just the one?

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    Just for some select staff, the vpn will allow us into the LA, then they will forward this to our ts server? I would like the staff to be able to get network drives sims.net applications?

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    Okay,

    in that case it probably needs to be it's own box. you definitely don't want it on a DC.

    Have a look at this doc: Installing and Configuring Remote Desktop Services (Terminal Services) on Windows Server 2008*R2 Aaron Walrath – Another IT Guy's Meanderings

    The install process is fairly straightforward - but you want to have a plan of who needs access, what they need access to, and how you will licence any applications they need - not all apps cover terminal services use.

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