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FIGURE 25-10 You can postpone the decision about which Terminal Services Licensing mode to
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FIGURE 25-11 The Select User Groups Allowed Access To This Terminal Server page of the Add
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Click Add to specify additional users and groups that will be able to use the terminal server. To add all users, enter Domain Users in the Select Users, Computers, Or Groups dialog box, as shown in Figure 25-12. Click Check Names to make sure you ve typed the group name correctly and then click OK to return to the Add Roles Wizard.
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FIGURE 25-12 Selecting users and groups
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Click Next to open the con rmation page and then click Install to begin the installation. Before the installation is complete, you ll need to reboot the server. Click Close on the Installation Results page and click Yes to begin the reboot. When the server has restarted, log on with the same account as you used to add the Terminal Services Role. The Installation Results page will open and the installation will complete.
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y default, there is no audio on a Windows Server 2008 computer, and the default graphics level is set to a 16-bit maximum. You can improve this by adding
the Windows Server 2008 Desktop Experience feature. This feature gives your client sessions the visual look and feel of Windows Vista, as well as adding other programs that are normally part of Windows Vista, including Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Mail, and Windows Media Player, among others. You can also improve the visual look by enabling 32-bit color and audio by following these steps:
1 . Open the Server Manager console if it isn t already open. 2. Navigate to Roles and then Terminal Services and then select Terminal Services
Con guration in the left pane of Server Manager.
3. Select RDP-Tcp in the center Connections pane, as shown in Figure 25-13.
Adding a Terminal Server
FIGURE 25-13 The RDP Configuration in Server Manager
4. Right-click the RDP-Tcp connection and select Properties to open the RDP-Tcp
Properties dialog box.
5. Click the Client Settings tab, as shown in Figure 25-14.
FIGURE 25-14 Setting RDP properties
Installing Terminal Services Role
6. Select a maximum color depth of 32 Bits Per Pixel from the Limit Maximum Color
Depth drop-down list to enable 32-bit color.
7. Clear the check box for Audio in the Disable The Following section. 8. Click OK to close the Properties dialog box. If there are current user sessions,
you ll see the warning shown in Figure 25-15.
FIGURE 25-15 Warning when changing configuration with open sessions
9. By default, the Audio service is manually started on Windows Server 2008. You
need to enable it before RDP clients will get audio.
10. Click Services on the Administrative Tools menu and then scroll down to Windows Audio.
11 . Right-click Windows Audio and select Properties, change the Startup Type to
Automatic, and then click Start to start the service.
12. Click OK and then close the Services console.
Making these changes improves the overall user experience for end users but also increases the amount of resources used per connection. That s probably not a big issue in most SBS environments, and we think it s worthwhile. Adding the Desktop Experience doesn t, however, install the games that are normally included with Windows Vista. This probably improves productivity, but we think there should at least be an option for them.
Con guring Terminal Services Licensing
Windows Server 2008 requires that at least one Windows Terminal Services license server be installed and running on any network that uses Application Server mode. If a license server is not installed within 120 days, all Windows Terminal Services connections will be disabled. Windows Terminal Services requires a separate Terminal Server CAL for each user or device in addition to any Windows Server CALs you might need. The Terminal Server Licensing server does not track per-user license usage, but it does enable you to install per-user licenses.
Adding a Terminal Server
Installing Terminal Server Licensing
In SBS, installing the Terminal Server Licensing service on the same server that is running Terminal Services is a reasonable choice, but you can also install it on the main SBS server if you prefer. If you re going to have more than a single terminal server, it makes sense to install the TS Licensing Role Service on the main SBS server or another domain controller to enable automatic discovery by all of the terminal servers. To install TS Licensing on the computer running Terminal Services, follow these steps:
1. 2. 3. 4.
Open Server Manager on the server running Terminal Services if it isn t already open. Select Roles, then select Terminal Services in the left pane, and then select Add Role Services from the action menu. On the Select Role Services page, select TS Licensing. Click Next to open the Con gure Discovery Scope For TS Licensing page, shown in Figure 25-16. Select whether this license server will service only the current domain or the entire forest. Actually, select whichever you want here; the choice doesn t make any sense in an SBS environment, where we have a single domain forest.