Previous chapters detailed necessary considerations for designing your Terminal Server environment. Terminal Server exists for one reason—to allow users to run applications. Clearly, it's important to build your Terminal Server design around the applications that your users require and the methods by which those applications are accessed.
We begin this chapter with a study of what it takes in install applications onto a Terminal Server. We'll then examine how to design load-balanced clusters, and close with a section on Terminal Server sizing and hardware selection.
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