Microsoft's Windows Terminal Services servers always required a Windows CAL and a Windows TS CAL. These were used on a per-user or per-device basis. In the past the matching Desktop OS always come with a built-in TSCAL. Thus Windows 2000 Professional had a built-in Server CAL and TSCAL for Windows 2000 Server. Windows XP came with a built-in Server CAL and TSCAL for Windows Server 2003. I would have expected that the desktop counterparts for Windows Server 2008 (Windows Vista) and Windows Server 2008 R2 (Windows 7) would have a built-in server CAL and TSCAL/RDS CAL (as the case may be).
I am yet to see any Microsoft pronouncement on this. Does anyone know if Windows server RDS (2008 R2 and future Server OSes) will never have a desktop OS that will have a built-in RDS CAL?
If you use NetScaler you will want to see these guides. The NetScaler How To Guides show administrators how to get NetScaler up and configured by providing instructions for common scenarios and some not so common ones.
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This Micro Tutorial will give you basic overview of the control panel section on Windows 7. It will depth in Network and Internet, Hardware and Sound, etc.
This will be demonstrated using Windows 7 operating system.
The viewer will learn how to successfully create a multiboot device using the SARDU utility on Windows 7.
Start the SARDU utility:
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