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Chapter 1: The Concept of Terminal Services

Table 1.1: Functions and System Requirements of Different Server Products (Enterprise Server and Datacenter Server Are Available in Both 32-Bit and 64-Bit Versions)

Chapter 2: Installation and Configuration

Table 2.1: Winnt Command Arguments and Parameters
Table 2.2: Winnt32 Command Arguments and Parameters
Table 2.3: Possible Input for [TerminalServices] in the Unattend.txt Answer File
Table 2.4: Windows Server 2003 Server Functions
Table 2.5: Standard User Access Permissions

Chapter 3: Communication Protocols and Thin Clients

Table 3.1: Configuration of the Individual RDP Sessions for the Bandwidth Test
Table 3.2: Selected Parameters of the Ping Command
Table 3.3: Predefined Keyboard Shortcuts of the Remote Desktop Connection for Frequent User Actions
Table 3.4: Arguments and Parameters of the Mstsc Program
Table 3.5: The Most Important Lines of an RDP File
Table 3.6: Comparison of Configuration Options for Terminal Servers and RDP Clients

Chapter 4: Administration and Operation

Table 4.1: The Information Displayed in the Terminal Services Manager Tabs Depends on the Object Selected, Such as Domain, Server, or Sessions
Table 4.2: Modifications to Standard Tools for Use in a Terminal Server Environment
Table 4.3: Comparison of Configuration Options for Terminal Servers, User Accounts, and RDP Clients

Chapter 5: Integrating Applications

Table 5.1: The Three User Categories
Table 5.2: The Three Application Categories
Table 5.3: The Four Server Categories
Table 5.4: Minimum Main Memory Requirements for Each User Category
Table 5.5: Allocation of Categories of Application Sets by Category of User Group
Table 5.6: Estimate of the Average Number of Users for Different Server Categories
Table 5.7: List of the Applications Used and Their Allocation to User Groups
Table 5.8: Memory Use When All Authorized Users Simultaneously Start Outlook 2000

Chapter 6: Registry

Table 6.1: Registry Trees and System File Assignments
Table 6.2: Registry Values in the HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Terminal Server Hive
Table 6.3: The Most Important Subkeys in the HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Terminal Server Registry Hive
Table 6.4: List of Flags Under HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Terminal Server \Wds and \WinStations Data Type
Table 6.5: The Most Important Keys of the REG_DWORD under HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Terminal Server\Wds and \WinStations Data Type
Table 6.6: The Most Important Keys of the REG_SZ under HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001HKLM\SYSTEM\ControlSet001\Control\Terminal Server\Wds and \WinStations Data Type
Table 6.7: Meaning of the Keys under HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\Terminal Server
Table 6.8: Compatibility Flags for Applications in the Terminal Server Registry
Table 6.9: Compatibility Flags for Registry Paths
Table 6.10: Compatibility Flags for .ini Files

Chapter 7: Scripting

Table 7.1: A Brief Description of Selected Windows Server 2003 Standard Commands
Table 7.2: Brief Introduction of the Specific Terminal Services Commands
Table 7.3: Home Paths of Different Users
Table 7.4: Commands Needed for the Support of Compatibility Scripts
Table 7.5: The Most Important KiXtart Macros
Table 7.6: Host Parameters of the Cscript Command
Table 7.7: The Most Important Wscript Object Methods
Table 7.8: .NET Framework Namespaces and Classes That Are Relevant for Terminal Servers

Chapter 8: Security and Stability

Table 8.1: Permission Groups and Corresponding Restricting Permissions
Table 8.2: Failure Safety Terminology

Chapter 9: Citrix MetaFrame XP Presentation Server

Table 9.1: Comparison Between the Functionalities and Features of Solutions Provided by Microsoft and Citrix
Table 9.2: The Communication Channels of a MetaFrame Environment
Table 9.3: Standard Settings of Drive Mapping, Where the Associated Client Drive Letters Are Changed
Table 9.4: Setting of Drive Mapping After a Reassignment
Table 9.5: The Options of the Install.ini Configuration File

Chapter 10: Administration of Citrix MetaFrame Servers

Table 10.1: The MetaFrame Commands

Chapter 11: Resource Management in Server Farms

Table 11.1: Consume.exe Command-Line Parameters

Chapter 13: Application Access Portals

Table 13.1: The Communication Channels in a Canaveral Environment

Chapter 14: Optimization and Troubleshooting

Table 14.1: Registry Entries for Optimizing Graphical Output in User Sessions

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