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Select Require Network Level Authentication All clients will require the latest edition of the Remote Desktop client in order to use shared applications, but application connections will be more secure Vista and WS08 systems already have this client This lets you determine who needs a CAL, the user or the device If users roam from system to system, using shared computers to access shared applications, then use Per User If, however, your users have a principal PC that is assigned to them, then select Per Device Make sure you select the proper TS CALs when you configure licensing later Select the user groups that will be allowed to access these shared applications If you intend to restrict application access to specific groups for example, you are setting up a server to run financial applications and only want the financial group to access them then select or create the appropriate group Otherwise and this is more common select Domain Users to allow any user in your domain to access these applications
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TABLE 9-3 Install the Terminal Services Role
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Values The scope of the TS licenses can cover either the entire forest or the domain you are in If you followed the practices outlined in 5, you will only have a single global child domain; therefore, select This Domain Note In this case, only administrators will need access to shared applications throughout the forest Server Manager, for example and since they do not need a license for remote administration, you do not need to apply the licensing scope to the entire forest TS Gateway uses the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to secure communications between clients and servers To do so, it requires a PKI certificate Three choices are available: Use an existing certificate Create a self-signed certificate Choose a certificate later The first or third choice is recommended If at all possible, you should select a certificate from an external CA because it will automatically be trusted by the clients on your network If you choose a self-signed certificate, you will need to install it manually on each client that interacts with this server
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Create Authorization Policies Select User Groups
Policies are required to allow Internet users to access TS Gateway applications You can configure them later or configure them now Select Now Select the user groups that will be allowed to access shared applications through the gateway If you intend to restrict application access to specific groups for example, you are setting up a server to run remote applications and only want a select group of users to access them then select or create the appropriate group Otherwise, select Domain Users to allow any user in your domain to access these applications through the Internet Connection authorization policies (CAPs) allow users to connect to the server when they meet specific conditions CAPs can rely only on passwords, providing simple security, or on smart cards, relying on twofactor authentication Two items are required, something you have, the card, and something you know, the password, to authenticate Select Passwords for now 10 will cover the use of smart cards Resource authorization policies (RAPs) let you limit the internal resources Internet users can connect to inside your network Users can connect to any computer or only specific computers In this case, since you are creating a RAP for Terminal Services, make sure you create a custom security group in ADDS that includes the computer accounts of all of the servers that will run the TS role, and assign the RAP to this group
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TABLE 9-3 Install the Terminal Services Role (continued)
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Add Terminal Services Role Wizard Page Network Policy and Access Services (NPAS) NPAS Role Services
Values NPAS servers are used to enforce both CAPs and RAPs Review the information about this role before moving on More on this topic is covered in 10 For NPAS support of the TS Gateway, only the Network Policy Server is required Select only this role before you move on Note Only a few network policy servers are required in the network for redundancy If this is not the first server you install for this role, then make sure you do not add this role to this server Review information about this role, if required, before you move on IIS is required for both the TS Gateway and TS Web Access Accept the default selections and move on Note Only a few TS Gateways and TS Web Access servers are required for redundancy Do not assign this role to every TS server in your network Review your choices before proceeding Use the Previous button to make corrections if required Click Install when ready Review the installation progress, reboot the server, and then click Finish when the installation is complete
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