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Allow rdp files from valid publishers and users default rdp settings Do not allow passwords to be saved Specify SHA1 thumbprints of certificates representing trusted rdp publishers User Configuration | Policies | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Terminal Services | Terminal Server | Connections Allow reconnection from original client only
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User Configuration | Policies | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Terminal Services | Terminal Server | Printer Redirection
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TABLE 9-4 Terminal Services GPO Settings (continued)
Part IV:
Manage Objects with Windows Server 2008
Location
Settings Use Terminal Services Easy Print driver first
Applied to
Comments Keep default setting Set at the PC level
User Configuration | Policies | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Terminal Services | Terminal Server | Remote Session Environment
Always show desktop on connection
Enforce removal of Remote Desktop wallpaper Start a program on connection User Configuration | Policies | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Terminal Services | Terminal Server | Session Time Limits Set a time limit for active but idle Terminal Services sessions
Set at the PC level
Set at the PC level Set at the PC level
Set a time limit for active Terminal Services sessions Set a time limit for disconnected sessions Terminate session when time limits are reached User Configuration | Policies | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Terminal Services | TS Gateway Enable connection through TS Gateway User
Set at the PC level
Set at the PC level Set at the PC level Enable only for specific user groups that connect from external sessions Enable and use locally logged on credentials for single sign-on Enable and list TS Gateway server address
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User
User
TABLE 9-4 Terminal Services GPO Settings (continued)
9:
B u i l d t h e Vi r t u a l S e r v i c e O ff e r i n g s I n f r a s t r u c t u re
NOTE While many of the load-balancing settings for Terminal Services required at least the
Enterprise edition of Windows Server 2003 to function, they only require the Standard edition in WS08 More on load balancing is discussed in 11 GPO settings for WS08 are set at three levels: Server PC User The Server settings should be applied to a GPO that is targeted to the Virtual Service Offerings | Terminal Services Servers OU, which contains all of the computer accounts for your TS servers The PC settings should be set to a global PC GPO that will affect all PCs The User settings should be assigned to a special GPO that affects all users, but is filtered through a security group that contains users that access TS servers remotely
C AUTION Remember that Group Policy only affects users and PCs that are members of your
domain Keep this in mind, especially for the settings for the TS Gateway If users connect to remote applications from public systems, these GPO settings will not affect them
Deploy Terminal Services Applications
Terminal Services can be set to operate in either remote application mode or in full desktop mode Single applications are deployed to users already having access to full desktops Full desktop mode should be reserved for users lacking the capability on their own system; this mode is mostly reserved for administration purposes now that WS08 supports RemoteApps In either case, you can deploy an application or a Remote Desktop through several means: You can use the delivery of a Terminal Services connection file or Remote Desktop Protocol that include the proper parameters for accessing the TS server You can make a connection visible in TS Web Access You can deploy a Windows Installer package This last method only works for RemoteApps Each of these deployment methods is performed through Server Manager But, before you can deploy these files, you need to add RemoteApps
PART IV
Add RemoteApps
Adding RemoteApps is easy and straightforward Begin by installing the application to be shared, as per the procedures outlined earlier Then add them as RemoteApps: 1 Once the application is installed, move to Server Manager and navigate to Roles | Terminal Services | TS RemoteApp Manager 2 Click Add RemoteApps in the action pane This launches the RemoteApp Wizard Click Next
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