What do I need to do to install Terminal Services on a server that is running SQL 2000 and another application?
I have a Server that is running Microsoft SQL 2000 Server and another third party application and now we want to run this application using Terminal Services. What do I need to do? Do I have to re-install SQL or just the third party application?
But I HIGHLY recommend you don't do this... In the same manner that you wouldn't have SQL Server running on a workstation, a Terminal Server is a special "workstation" (that allows concurrency of multiple workstations on a single box). There is performance, security, best practices, support, etc., concerns trying to mix these together. It really should be a separate box with enough memory to handle the Terminal Services concurrent connections.
Now, if using Windows 2003, you just want to be able to RDP in as administrator, that is a different story (Terminal Services is not needed).