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Windows Server 2008 : How to enable and configure Terminal Services

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Good morning,
We have 5 TS CALS purchased. Our grace period is over for TS and we would like to be able to remote desktop to our Server. Can anyone explain or point me to a technet article that explains how to properly install and configure TS Cals and Terminal services on a windows 2008 server.

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this should do the trick. THX!
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