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Hi there,

Can running a terminal server setup provide the same range of domain services, such as roaming profiles,homespace etc etc that  win2k server domain environment?

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john
 
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Sure.  In fact there's a specific set of settings in AD for terminal services, including a roaming profile setup for only Terminal Services connections.  There might be some issues with applying group policies to users since it's assumed the server has the GPOs setup, but other than that, everything should be ok.
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thanks leew
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