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Figure 31-7. Configure the Terminal Services Session Directory service startup.
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When the Terminal Services Session Directory service is started, the service looks for a computer group named Session Directory Computers. If this group doesn t exist, the service creates it. You need to add the computer account for each server in the load-balanced farm to the Session Directory Computers group. In an Active Directory domain, you add the computer account for each server by following these steps:
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1 Start Active Directory Users And Computers by clicking Start, Programs or All Programs, Administrative Tools, Active Directory Users And Computers. 2 In Active Directory Users And Computers, expand the OU you created for Terminal Servers or the Users folder, and then double-click the Session Directory Computers group. 3 In the Session Directory Computers Properties dialog box, select the Members tab, and then click Add. This displays the Select Users, Contacts, Computers, Or Groups dialog box. 4 Click Object Types to display the Object Types dialog box as shown in Figure 31-8. In the Object Types dialog box, select Computers, and then click OK.
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5 In the Select Users, Contacts, Computers, Or Groups dialog box, you can now type and validate the names of computer accounts, as shown in Figure 31-9. Type a computer account name, and then click Check Names. If multiple matches are found, select the name or names you want to use, and then click OK. If no matches are found, either you ve entered an incorrect name part or you re working with an incorrect location. Modify the name and try again or click Locations to select a new location. To add additional computer accounts, type a semicolon (;), and then repeat this process.
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Part 6: Managing Windows Server 2003 Networking and Print Services
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Select the computer accounts that should be members of the
6 When you click OK, the computer accounts are added to the list in the Session Directory Computers Properties dialog box. Click OK again to close the Properties dialog box.
In a workgroup, you add the computer account for each server by following these steps:
1 Start Computer Management by clicking Start, Programs or All Programs, Administrative Tools, Computer Management. To work with a remote system, right-click the Computer Management entry in the left pane, and then select Connect To Another Computer on the shortcut menu. This displays the Connect To Another Computer dialog box. Type the domain name or IP address of the system whose drives you want to manage, and then click OK. 2 In Computer Management, expand Services And Applications, and then select Services. In the right pane, double-click Terminal Services Session Directory. This displays a properties dialog box. 3 Click Add, and then use the Select Users dialog box to add each of the computer accounts in turn. 4 Click OK when you are finished.
Configure Each Server to Join the Session Directory
Now that you ve set up the Session Directory server and authorized servers to use it, you need to tell the terminal servers in the farm about the load-balancing and session directory configuration. You do this using the Terminal Services Configuration tool to set the Join Session Directory properties. These properties tell clients about the cluster name and the Session Directory server.
Deploying Terminal Services On each server in the load-balanced farm, complete these steps:
1 Start the Terminal Services Configuration tool by clicking Start, Programs or All Programs, Administrative Tools, Terminal Services Configuration, or by typing tscc.msc at the command prompt. 2 In the Terminal Services Configuration tool, select Server Settings in the left pane, and then, in the details pane, right-click Session Directory and select Properties. 3 In the Properties dialog box, select Join Session Directory. 4 In the Cluster Name field, type the fully qualified domain name of the cluster. With Microsoft Network Load Balancing, this is the Full Internet Name of the cluster as set in the section entitled Creating a New Network Load Balancing Cluster on page 55. 5 In the Session Directory Server Name field, type the name or IP address of the Session Directory server. 6 Click OK.
Note Some third-party load-balancing solutions act as routers as well as load balancers. For these devices, you must clear the IP Address Redirection check box to allow the load balancer to use router token redirection. If you clear this check box, you will need to set the Network Adapter And IP Address Session Directory field to the IP address to which client computers should connect.
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