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Terminal Services Windows 2008 R2

Posted on 2012-03-27
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What is necessary for at least 5 users to connect to a server using Terminal Services?
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Add the role "Remote Desktop Services" to Windows 2008

Purchase licenses.

Run RD Licensing Manager and activate licensing server

Install licenses using Licensing Manger.
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this is what I needed.

Thanks!
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