Microsoft Names Terminal Server MVPs for 2004

Late yesterday, Microsoft announced the names of the MVPs for Windows Server Terminal Services. This year, there are an unprecedented twelve winners!

Late yesterday, Microsoft announced the names of the MVPs for Windows Server Terminal Services. This year, there are an unprecedented twelve winners! (up from seven last year) This really goes to show that Terminal Services is moving up in the world.

The 2004 Microsoft Windows Terminal Server MVPs are:

What exactly is an MVP? You can read the official Microsoft description here. Basically, Microsoft identifies non-Microsoft employees in the community that spend a lot of time helping people understand Microsoft products and technologies. Through this program, Microsoft gives MVPs access to the various product groups and support groups within Microsoft so that the MVPs can have as much information as they need to do their jobs.

Anyone can become and MVP. All you need to do is to become active in the community by writing papers or answering questions in newsgroups.

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This message was originally posted by Mohammed Ateeque on March 10, 2004
Thank youmaking such a useful website, I'm currently working with ASP in Chicago Area, and imanage Windwos 2003 terminal servers, we are suign the loadbalanced Server for the incoming traffic and running terminal server based group policies, with fodler redirection, printign is our main concern, we have isntalled all print drivers on our terminal servers, and once a while the spooler needs to be restart, is there any solution available taht we can remove the spooler from terminal servers and make a total new server that handles all spooler request on terminal servers.
Also we are expectign 300 new home based users, all of them are desktop with different microsoft OS, is there a way that when these users login to terminal servers there local resources only printer get automatically added to the termianl servers, or is there any GUID driver that can be WYSWYG taht show the pritn preview and then pritn on local printer irrespective of there make and model.
Thank you for your help, my email address is mohd_ateeq@hotmail.com or mohammed.ateeque@us.net56.net
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