Network Architecture - Terminal Services for Windows Server 2003

In this chapter, we'll examine the necessary considerations for designing your Terminal Server network architecture.

In this chapter, we'll examine the necessary considerations for designing your Terminal Server network architecture. "Network architecture" refers to the Terminal Server environment as it relates to the network, not the specifics of individual servers.

It's crucial that your Terminal Server architecture is able to support your users over your existing network. Regardless of whether you're planning on scaling your environment to support worldwide users or you're building one server that may be the foundation for the future, you must address several aspects, including:

  • Terminal Server placement (the location of your servers on the network)
  • Supporting server placement

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