Using the Terminal Services through Internet Information Server

Although the Terminal Services can be used as a management tool, sometimes firewall port issues or the unavailability of a Terminal Service client can make using the Terminal Services impractical. However, there is a Web based Terminal Service client included with Windows Server 2003. This client allows you to remotely access a Windows 2003 Server through a Web browser.

Scripting for Server Based Computing: Part 1 – Terminal Services Attributes for Active Directory User Objects

VBScript and WMI are very powerful toolsets that allow server based computing administrators to perform some very complex, and sometimes mundane, tasks with consistency and speed. This article series serves as a look into leveraging this toolset to simplify the configuration of server and user settings. Part 1 will look at terminal services specific settings for Active Directory User Objects.

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