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Configure Terminal Services on Windows SBS 2011

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Hello, I am having major problems trying to get a remote computer (Windows 7) to successfully connect to a SBS. using 3rd party software (Pertino), I have a connection established but is extremely slow. Is there a step-by-step that clearly shows how to allow a computer to remote in via terminal server? I have successfully accomplished this with standard server versions but can't get through via SBS 2011. Thanks
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Cliff Galiher earned 500 total points
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SBS cannot be a terminal server. Full stop, do not pass go. If you want TS/RDS, you need to run a second server.
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THANK YOU!!! Now I can stop wasting my time!!
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