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What is Terminal Services?

The Terminal Services server role in


Windows Server 2008 provides technologies that
enable users to access Windows-based programs that
are installed on a terminal server, or to access the full
Windows desktop.
When a user accesses a program on a terminal
server. Only keyboard, mouse, and display information
is transmitted over the network. Each user sees only
their individual session. The session is managed
transparently by the server operating system and is
independent of any other client session.

Why use Terminal Services?

Terminal Services helps user productivity.


Users can access programs that are running
on a terminal server from devices such as
home computers, kiosks, low-powered
hardware, and operating systems other than
Windows.

Terminal Services role services

Terminal Services is a server role that consists of


several sub-components, referred to as "role
services." In Windows Server 2008, Terminal Services
consists of the following role services

Terminal Server: The Terminal Server role service


enables a server to host Windows-based programs or
the full Windows desktop. Users can connect to a
terminal server to run programs, to save files, and to
use network resources on that server.

TS Web Access: Terminal Services Web Access


(TS Web Access) enables users to access Remote
App programs and a remote desktop connection to
the terminal server through a Web site.

TS Licensing: Terminal Services Licensing


(TS Licensing) manages the Terminal Services client
access licenses (TS ) that are required for each device
or user to connect to a terminal server. You use
TS Licensing to install, issue, and monitor the
availability of TS on a Terminal Services license
server.
TS Gateway: Terminal Services Gateway
(TS Gateway) enables authorized remote users to
connect to resources on an internal corporate network,
from any Internet-connected device