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How to configure NLB on Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services installed?

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Dear Sir,

I have 3 Windows server 2003 Entreprise Edition X64 bit with Terminal Services Installed.
Please I need a step by step document with screenshot if available on how to configure a Network Load Balancing (NLB) between these servers.

Please any help???

Thank you in advance,
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Please,

A Step-By-Step Guide for Configuring Network Load Balancing With Terminal Services in Windows Server 2003.

Thank you,
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More instruction. This one is for Windows 2003 with images:

http://www.west-wind.com/presentations/loadbalancing/NetworkLoadBalancingWindows2003.asp

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