70-270, 70-290 MCSE/MCSA Manual for Introducing and Overseeing Microsoft Windows XP Expert and Windows Server 2003.


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70-270, 70-290 MCSE/MCSA Guide to Installing and Managing Microsoft Windows XP Professional and Windows Server 2003 Chapter Twelve Implementing Terminal Services and Remote Access

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Objectives Install and arrange Terminal Services Describe remote access elements and conventions Configure security highlights for remote access Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Implementing Terminal Services Terminal Services: Provides remote access to a server desktop Through "slender customer" programming Transmits just project\'s UI to customer Centralized control of utilizations Remote Desktop for Administration: Enables chairmen to associate with a server for managerial purposes Disabled as a matter of course Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Enabling Remote Desktop for Administration Only need to change a solitary setting in System Properties discourse box By default, Administrators bunch individuals can associate by means of Remote Desktop for Administration Can give different clients access Activity 12-1: Enabling and Testing Remote Desktop for Administration Objective: Enable and test Remote Desktop for Administration Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Enabling Remote Desktop for Administration (proceeded with) Figure 12-1: The Remote tab of the System Properties exchange box Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Enabling Remote Desktop for Administration (proceeded with) Figure 12-2: Entering a client name, secret word, and space name for Remote Desktop Connection Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Implementing Terminal Services Table 12-1: Benefits of Terminal Services Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Implementing Terminal Services (proceeded with) Terminal Services has 2 noteworthy segments: Terminal server: Computer on which Terminal Services introduced Enables clients to remotely run Windows applications License server: Computer on which Terminal Services Licensing administration introduced Stores customer access permit (CAL) tokens for gathering of terminal servers Tracks permit tokens that have been issued Implementing Terminal Services Licensing comprises of establishment and actuation Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Implementing Terminal Services (kept) Installing Terminal Services on a Terminal Server: Installed from Control Panel\'s Add or Remove Programs applet Activity 12-2: Installing Terminal Services Objective: Install Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services Licensing Service Installation: Must be no less than one permit server on system for Terminal Services to get permit data Installing terminal server and Licensing administration on same PC is satisfactory, yet perhaps unreasonable Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Implementing Terminal Services (proceeded with) Figure 12-4: The Terminal Services Licensing model Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Implementing Terminal Services (kept) Licensing Service Installation (proceeded with): Microsoft keeps up Microsoft Certificate Authority and Licensing Clearinghouse to enact permit servers and issue customer permit key packs License servers support numerous sorts of licenses Terminal Server Device Client Access Licenses Terminal Server User Client Access Licenses Can be introduced on workgroup-based server, part server, or area controller Choice decides how and when terminal servers discover a permit server Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Implementing Terminal Services (kept) Licensing Service Activation: Use Activation Wizard in Terminal Services Licensing apparatus Three association techniques: Automatic association (suggested) Web Browser Telephone When permit server actuated, Microsoft supplies constrained use computerized endorsement to approve server possession and character X.509 industry-standard testament Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Configuring and Managing Terminal Services Three devices for Terminal Services organization: Terminal Services Manager: Monitors and controls customer access to terminal servers Terminal Services Configuration: Configures terminal server settings and associations Terminal Services Licensing: Stores and tracks Terminal Services customer access licenses Configuring Remote Connection Settings: Configure security and association related settings with Terminal Services Configuration instrument Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Configuring and Managing Terminal Services (proceeded with) Figure 12-6: The Terminal Services Configuration window Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Configuring and Managing Terminal Services (proceeded with) Each system interface in Terminal Services server can be designed with one and only Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) association Most critical settings to be checked while arranging a Terminal Services association are encryption and confirmation Available encryption alternatives include: Low Client Compatible High FIPS Compliant Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Configuring and Managing Terminal Services (proceeded with) Table 12-3: Property settings for a Terminal Services association Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Configuring and Managing Terminal Services (proceeded with) Activity 12-3: Exploring Terminal Services Settings Objective: Explore Terminal Services settings Using Terminal Services Manager: View and oversee terminal servers in Active Directory woods Monitor clients, sessions, and applications Carry out regulatory errands Three tabs in Terminal Services Manager Window: Users, Sessions, and Processes Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Configuring and Managing Terminal Services (kept) Using Terminal Services Manager (proceeded with): Users tab: Name, association time, condition of client association Sessions tab: Displays client session data Processes tab: Information about applications running in client\'s Session sorts: User Consol Listener Idle Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Configuring and Managing Terminal Services (proceeded with) Table 12-4: Terminal Services Manager activities Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Configuring and Managing Terminal Services (proceeded with) Table 12-4 (proceeded with): Terminal Services Manager activities Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Terminal Services Client Software After Terminal Services introduced, customer programming bundles consequently added to % systemroot %\System32\Clients\Tsclient\Win32 Contains documents for introducing RDC programming Client programming gave as both MSI record and Win32 executable Recommended establishment strategy is to share % systemroot %\System32\Clients\Tsclient\Win32 organizer Initiate establishment over system physically or by means of gathering approaches for programming sending Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Installing Applications must be introduced in good mode for various clients to get to them at the same time Might need to reinstall a few applications On terminal server, programming applications ought to be introduced just in introduce mode Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Configuring Terminal Services User Properties Terminal Services adds four tabs to Properties discourse boxes of client records: Terminal Services Profile : Enable client as Terminal Services customer Remote control : Configure remote control properties for client account Sessions : Set max session time and disengage choices Environment : Configure projects to run naturally when client interfaces Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Troubleshooting Terminal Services Tips/Guidelines for investigating: If client not able to sign on, guarantee customer programming settings right and Allow logon to terminal server choice set If association can\'t, guarantee customer meets server\'s RDP encryption prerequisites If all clients not able to sign on, guarantee association empowered Each system interface can be designed with one and only RDP association with the system Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Troubleshooting Terminal Services (proceeded with) Tips/Guidelines for investigating (proceeded): If a few clients require sessions on RDP association, may need to build number of sessions accessible If applications don\'t run, may need to unwind application security settings Must have authoritative rights on terminal server to oversee and investigate Terminal Services Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Implementing Remote Access Remote access: Connecting to another PC or system utilizing an open transporter Useful when utilized with Terminal Services Accomplished as a part of two ways: Direct dial-up Virtual private system (VPN) over Internet Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Dial-up Remote Access Computers associate and exchange data utilizing modems and a telephone line When association made between dial-up customer and server, modems act like NICs Allowing customer to get to assets on system Easy accessibility Example: Accessing Internet by dialing into an ISP IP Address Management: When customers interface with Windows Server 2003 remote access server, relegated an IP address DHCP or static pool of IP locations Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Dial-up Remote Access (proceeded with) Figure 12-16: Using DHCP for the IP address setup of a remote access customer Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Dial-up Remote Access (kept) Enabling and Configuring a Dial-up Server: Use Routing and Remote Access Service (RRAS) to empower and design dial-up servers and customers Must empower RRAS Must design Telephony Application Programming Interface (TAPI) Must guarantee modem(s) introduced and appropriately arranged Enable RRAS for dial-up associations Using the Routing and Remote Access snap in Windows Server 2003 Guide to MCSE 70-270, 70-290

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Dial-up Remote Access (proceeded with) Activity 12-4: Installing a Modem Objective: Perform the means important to introduce a modem on a Windows Server 2003 or XP framework Activity 12-5: Enabling RRAS as a Dial-up Server Objective: Configure RRAS on your server to go about as a dial-up server

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