Terminal services Vs. RDP  
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AshMan





PostPosted: Wed Dec 14 08:11:17 PST 2005 Top

SBS >> Terminal services Vs. RDP

I have an SBS 2003 Std. edition.

As far as I can see I can only have 2 connections to the server through
Terminal Services/RDP. After this I get a notice of the exceeding the max.
allowed number of connections.

In server management I'm able to choose from 0..2 connections.

If I need more connections do I then need extra licenses? And which license
would be the best.

Also I have a member server in my domain. Would this server be able to
contribute with the needed licenses?

/Kim Jahn

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Steve





PostPosted: Wed Dec 14 08:11:17 PST 2005 Top

SBS >> Terminal services Vs. RDP SBS 2003 can only run TS in administration mode not application mode so yes
your limit is 2 connections. Use a separate server running TS in application
mode or use RDP to individual XP Pro workstations via RWW.



>I have an SBS 2003 Std. edition.
>
> As far as I can see I can only have 2 connections to the server through
> Terminal Services/RDP. After this I get a notice of the exceeding the max.
> allowed number of connections.
>
> In server management I'm able to choose from 0..2 connections.
>
> If I need more connections do I then need extra licenses? And which
> license
> would be the best.
>
> Also I have a member server in my domain. Would this server be able to
> contribute with the needed licenses?
>
> /Kim Jahn


 
 
MijakiDK





PostPosted: Wed Dec 14 09:46:12 PST 2005 Top

SBS >> Terminal services Vs. RDP I take it the application server must have TS Cal's?



> SBS 2003 can only run TS in administration mode not application mode so yes
> your limit is 2 connections. Use a separate server running TS in application
> mode or use RDP to individual XP Pro workstations via RWW.
>


> >I have an SBS 2003 Std. edition.
> >
> > As far as I can see I can only have 2 connections to the server through
> > Terminal Services/RDP. After this I get a notice of the exceeding the max.
> > allowed number of connections.
> >
> > In server management I'm able to choose from 0..2 connections.
> >
> > If I need more connections do I then need extra licenses? And which
> > license
> > would be the best.
> >
> > Also I have a member server in my domain. Would this server be able to
> > contribute with the needed licenses?
> >
> > /Kim Jahn
>
>
>
 
 
Steve





PostPosted: Wed Dec 14 12:49:32 PST 2005 Top

SBS >> Terminal services Vs. RDP Yes



>I take it the application server must have TS Cal's?
>

>
>> SBS 2003 can only run TS in administration mode not application mode so
>> yes
>> your limit is 2 connections. Use a separate server running TS in
>> application
>> mode or use RDP to individual XP Pro workstations via RWW.
>>


>> >I have an SBS 2003 Std. edition.
>> >
>> > As far as I can see I can only have 2 connections to the server through
>> > Terminal Services/RDP. After this I get a notice of the exceeding the
>> > max.
>> > allowed number of connections.
>> >
>> > In server management I'm able to choose from 0..2 connections.
>> >
>> > If I need more connections do I then need extra licenses? And which
>> > license
>> > would be the best.
>> >
>> > Also I have a member server in my domain. Would this server be able to
>> > contribute with the needed licenses?
>> >
>> > /Kim Jahn
>>
>>
>>