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Articles & Tutorials for November, 2005

Terminal Server and the Profile Challenge
Date - Nov 30, 2005
Author - Wilco van Bragt
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Management Tools
Profile problems? "No, we never have problems with our profiles." This is almost the standard answer I get when asking, “Do you have problems with your profiles?” when administrators tell me about some strange problems. This article will discuss the potential profile challenges which need to be tackled in a Terminal Server environment.
Terminal Services Features in Longhorn
Date - Nov 23, 2005
Author - Paul Stansel
Section - Articles & Tutorials / General
Microsoft has finally released some concrete information about the Terminal Services features in their next server OS platform release, still titled “Longhorn”. We'll take a look at what they plan to provide and how it can impact your installation.
Juggling Terminal Service Resources
Date - Nov 17, 2005
Author - Brien M. Posey
Section - Articles & Tutorials / General
Thin client computing has been around for many decades. Although the basic underlying principles are the same for terminal sessions today as they were thirty years ago, the demands made against the servers that host terminal sessions have increased exponentially. Bloated applications and resource hungry operating systems place huge demands on terminal servers. In this article, I will discuss how you can plan your terminal server hardware so that your terminal service environment will run efficiently.
Scripting for Server Based Computing: Part 2 – Terminal Services Server and Connection Settings
Date - Nov 09, 2005
Author - Andy Jones
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Scripting
VBScript and WMI are very powerful toolsets that allow server based computing administrators to perform some very complex, and sometimes mundane, tasks with consistency and speed. This article series serves as a look into leveraging this toolset to simplify the configuration of server and user settings. Part 2 of this article series will look at terminal services server and connection settings (Winstation settings for the really old school crowd). We will explore the settings and properties that may be managed via VBScript and WMI.
Welcome to MSTerminalServices.org!
Date - Nov 09, 2005
Author - The Editor
Section - Site News
We are pleased to announce the launch of our latest site – MSTerminalServices.org - a site completely dedicated to Terminal Services and Server Based Computing related topics such as Application Hosting, Security lockdown, Profile management, Virtualization and much more...
Surviving Printing on Citrix
Date - Nov 02, 2005
Author - Stefan Vermeulen
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Printing
Printing with Citrix has always been a major problem, causing headaches all around. This article will help you stabilize your printing environment.

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