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  • Blog Post: Terminal Server Command Line tools in Windows Server 2008

    Command Description Change Changes Terminal Server settings for logons, COM port mappings, and install mode. Change logon Enables or disables logons from client sessions on a Terminal Server, or displays current logon status. ...
  • Blog Post: Remote Assistance in Windows 2008

    Remote Assistance provides a way for users to get the help they need and makes it easier and less costly for corporate helpdesks to assist their users. The Remote Assistance application in Windows Server 2008 is implemented in MSRA.exe . It can be started from the command line by running msra.exe...
  • Blog Post: How to Obtain a Kernel Memory Dump file in Server Core of Windows Server 2008

    If a Kernel memory dump is needed for troubleshooting purposes, the following methods may be used: ■ Crash.exe (available with Microsoft Support)– both the command line and GUI versions of Crash.exe may be used to create a memory dump file on Server Core. ■ CrashOnCTRLScroll – the...
  • Blog Post: Terminal Server Group Policy Guide in Server 2008

    Terminal Server Computer Configuration Group Policies Computer Group Policy Settings for Terminal Server Connections Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Terminal Services\Terminal Server\Connections Computer Group Policies for Terminal...
  • Blog Post: Terminal Server Easy Print

    Terminal Server Easy print Terminal service easy printing is a new feature introduced in windows 2008 server.It enables users to print from a Terminal Services session to the local or network printers configured on the client computer without the need to install drivers on the Terminal Server. ...
  • Blog Post: Performance Monitoring in Server Core in Windows Server 2008

    Performance Monitoring The Reliability and Performance Monitor (RPM) console is not available on Server Core, however, the Performance Logs and Alerts service and the underlying performance subsystem is the same as a full installation of Windows Server 2008. Performance Monitoring of a Server...
  • Blog Post: How to install application on Windows 2008 Terminal Server

    It’s recommended to install Terminal services role before installing any application which will be available to terminal server users. If TS role installed after the applications are installed, some the application may not work correctly in a multiple user environment. In that scenario uninstalling...
  • Blog Post: How to change RDP Port on TS

    Terminal services used port 3389 by default. It is well known port TS uses so there can be a chance that it can be a target for attack by network intruders. Even though network attackers can find the port that is in use, changing TS port from 3389 can make it more difficult to attack a TS server...