Ever since Windows Server 2003 came out, people have been asking whether the new Terminal Services features would mean that people wouldn't need to use Citrix anymore. While I don't think this is always the case (as Gabe Knuth and I wrote in this head-to-head comparison paper), I do think that there are a lot of situations where people can use Terminal Services by itself without using any third party products.
That's where this book comes in. Terminal Services for Windows Server 2003 is designed for IT engineers and consultants who need to evaluate, plan, design, and implement Windows 2003-based Terminal Server environments. This book was written from scratch for Windows Server 2003, although it does follow the same format of my two previous Citrix MetaFrame XP books. Ron and I worked together on the whole book, and he added tremendous value based on all his time in the field with Windows 2003.
So, let me know what you think! Ron and I are going to get started on our new Citrix "Hudson" book later this year, and we'd love any feedback that you have.