WIndows 2008 R2 Foundation and RDS/TSE

I want ot install a Windows 2008 R2 foundation edition for a 10 user network,
Single domain AD. Foundation Edition is OK for a 15 users network so it will be OK

The problem is that I want to integrate in this domain a member 2008 R2 server with TSE/RDS services. About 15 RDS CAL for 15 remote users (remote PC connecting to the TSE server and not member of the demain)

Should it be OK ?
WIll I have Licening issues ?
Thank you
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Jian An LimSolutions ArchitectCommented:
it should be ok.

as long as you got 15 RDS CALS.

and your Domain controller is less than 15 account (includes all non-user accounts like administrator)

you just need port 3389 open for remote desktop to works (of course, if connecting from xp, you need to turn on the less security version)
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gadsadAuthor Commented:
thank YOu
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