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Windows server 2008 terminal service

Posted on 2009-04-05
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I need install 2 workstations remotely, and then connect to windows server 2008. I think terminal service is perhaps the best option. But i don´t know how install and configure terminal service in windows 2008. Someone can tell me a tutorial to do that.    
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Here is a video that shows you how to.

http://www.dabcc.com/media.aspx?id=1
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If you only are using 2 workstations, you don't need Terminal Services. You can use Remote Desktop, which doesn't require any further licensing. It will all 2 simultaneous connections.

Just turn on Remote Desktop in Server Manager on the Server Summary pane, and use Remote Desktop Client on your workstations to connect.
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