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Remote Desktops tutorials

  • Remote Desktops is similar to Remote Desktop Connection. It uses Terminal Services and gives you access to the desktop just as if you were sitting in front of the remote server.

  • To launch Remote Desktops, select Start - Administrative Tools - Terminal Services -

  • Remote Desktops. It gives you following screen.

 

Description: remote desktop

 

  • Remote Desktops is available in server products (such as Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008), but it is not available in desktop products (such as Windows XP and Windows Vista).

  • There is significant difference between RDC (Remoter Desktop Connection) and Remote Desktops is in how the desktops are displayed.

  • You can launch the Remote Desktop Connection tool with the /admin option, but it doesn’t include a check box within the GUI to do so. Instead, you can launch Remote Desktop Connection at the Run line or the command line using the following command:

mstsc /admin.

  • If the /admin option is used, then a connection does not consume a Terminal Services Client Access License (TS CAL). This is meaningful only if the Terminal Services role is installed on the server. You are still limited to only two administrative sessions, but these sessions do not count against the total number of Terminal Services CALs available on the server.

  • You can connect to multiple servers using RDC. However, with RDC, you’d have to create a separate instance for each connection. With Remote Desktops, you have the capability of using one instance, instead of several instances.

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