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Any step by step guide to enable a Window 2012 terminal server ? How to enable the Terminal licensing on the server ?

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Hello!
I am sending herewith a small guide in an attach file that you can read and see
if you find it useful.
There is a description how to insert obvious smaller environment with three servers. Maybe you're looking for a smaller version?
Installing-Remote-Desktop-Servic.docx
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Below link will show you how to configure RDS (Terminal service) on Windows server 2012


http://www.techieshelp.com/windows-server-2012-install-and-configure-remote-desktop-services/
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