No Remote Admin option during install of terminal services

When I install terminal server on any Windows 2003 server (dc or member) I do not get the option of Remote Admin.  Instead it always installs into application mode without asking.  I have even tried un-installing it and re-installing it and once again there is no option for remote admin mode.

Can't figure this one out.
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rcheinAsked:
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bwalker1Commented:
You don't need to install terminal services on a 2003 server.  You only need to enable remote desktop.

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colin_harfordCommented:
TS is only needed for application mode, and that is when you want users a number of users to be able to login.

If you are only after admin access, you need to enable Remote Desktop.

My Computer --> Properties --> Remote

Enable the Remote Desktop checkbox.


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