Windows Server Terminal Services

  • Title: Windows Server 2008; Terminal Services
  • Author: Anderson C.
  • ISBN: 0735625859
  • Page: 391
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    1. C'est le livre que j'attendais à un prix très correct. L'État de l'objet est impeccable, on dirait qu'il est neuf.

    2. I have been installing and supporting Citrix and Terminal Services for 15 years. I found this book to be a real page turner. There are a lot of changes from TS on Win 2k3 to TS on Win 2k8. If you have a lot of experience there will be lots of stuff you already know and you can read that quickly but to bring you up to date, revise the stuff you already know and get high authority recommendations from Microsoft for things like hardware specifications this book is great.If you are new to Citrix o [...]

    3. This book was an excellent resource for learning the new terminal services features in Windows 2008.I have been running terminal services and citrix for a decade now, but had not kept up with the new features in 2008. This book quickly gave me the information I needed to design an environment for a new project one of our teams wanted to implement.Despite the name, this is more of a book to be read than strictly a reference like many other resource kits. The 500 pages went quickly and proved very [...]

    4. This is a great book. It's not written like the normal Windows study guide books (ones meant to prepare for certification testing), and had everything I needed to know for a deployment I was working on at the time. Very detailed, fully comprehensive, and a great asset for anyone working with RDS.

    5. I've been a network administrator for 10 years and have bought lots of books. Most of them suffer from an excess of information and a shortage of instruction. This title fits well in that category. I'm not sure who the authors were writing for, but it wasn't me (and what, exactly, is the Microsoft Presentation Hosted Desktop Virtualization Team?). I need to know, in as few words as possible, how to make applications accessible on a terminal server and how to configure and install the TS Gate [...]

    6. Microsoft is just not Unix. If you are looking to learn an Operating System I recommend any Linux Distribution Available openSUSE, Fedore, Kubuntu etc. over Microsoft Windows.Do not waist you time or money with Microsoft!

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