How to Configure and Install Terminal Server on Win Server 2008?

Dear Sir,

I want to install and configure Terminal Services on Windows Server 2008 R2 X64.
I have an application installed on the TS Server and I have HP thin clients which it will connect to the TS server and open a session...
I have 640 Thin Clients...
I want a step by step guide and screen shots if it's possible on how to configure and install Terminal Services with licensing on windows server 2008?

Thank You!
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ow, wait a minute, take a look at this:

Kind regards,

I don't have screenshot, but i do have this:
vguzmanIT ManagerCommented:
All the MS step by step guide for 2008 sever can be found here.

take a look at :
 TS Gateway Server Step-By-Step Setup
TS Licensing Step-By-Step Guide
TS RemoteApp Step-by-Step Guide

Good Luck
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ISC-IT-AdminAuthor Commented:
Thank You Vguzman and Bernard,

I tend to install Windows Server 2008 R2 X64 as Terminal Server.
I think there is a little bit difference between 2008 and the R2 version.

Do you have any step by step guide, screen shots or video on how to install and configure Terminal Services (RDS) with Windows Server 2008 R2?

Thank you for your time!

Installing the services aren't that different. But i you browse to this site:
You can find both installation manuals. Maybe you can see what's different there also...

Found this also, maybe it could come in handy?

Kind regards,
ISC-IT-AdminAuthor Commented:
Thank You bernard...

I appreciated!
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