Throughout this book, we've discussed as one of the great advantages of using Terminal Server that users can access any application from any client device. We've even looked at the different types of client devices and where they work best.
To this point, however, we have not yet looked at the actual Terminal Server client software that must be installed on the client devices so that they can run remote sessions on Terminal Servers via the RDP protocol.
In this chapter, we'll review the available Terminal Server client software options and take a look at the client configuration process. We'll also examine how the different configuration options can impact client use. We will not discuss how these clients integrate with websites. That topic deserves its own discussion, and is covered in Chapter 11.
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