Terminal Server farm access

Posted on 2011-10-11
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
How is this facilitated for a multi server 2008 Terminal Server farm:
- All machines behind a single DNS
- make new connections to a session on the lowest loaded server
- reconnect to same session when session disconnects
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    by:Miguel Angel Perez Muñoz
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    Actually that's not what you want. From a quick glance, it's (a) referring Terminal Server 2003 and NOT RDS 2008 and it only talks about NLB, not session reconnection or load balancing.

    You are actually looking for the session broker and, I suspect, RD Web access to provide a single point of connection.

    Lovely, step-by-step instructions, including screen shots here:
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    By the way - you may get more hits in future if you put questions like this into the Terminal Server zone. :-)

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