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Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2008 not available

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I have a Server 2008 Standard SP2 box that I would like to add the remote desktop services role but it is not available.  Is this a R2 option only or am I missing something else?

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In Windows 2008 R2 its called RDS (Remote Desktop Services)
In 2008 its called Terminal Services
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check the role Terminal Services and you done!

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Do they work the same? I am looking to create remote apps for users to use. I have been going thru some training and installing RDS was part of the training.  Do you know if remote application can be done with terminal server or would I need RDS?

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