How to set up the Terminal Server Configuration?

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Hello people, I am an administrator, I’m facing a problem with terminal services configuration while setting up a Terminal server, and rolling out software to the users.

Please help me to set up the terminal server configuration.

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How to set up the Terminal Server Configuration?

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Hello guys, Once you have installed your terminal server role, you can configure it using Terminal server configuration. However, Using the terminal server, you can find the Terminal server connections that are to your PC and their properties, as well as their settings. You can configure Terminal Server by following the below steps:

  • Click on start, open Terminal server configuration -> administrative tools -> terminal services -> terminal services configuration.
  • If your PC has more than one NIC, then add some more connections by clicking Create a new connection on the actions panel, which I son the right. The Terminal services medium will open up. Then click next, enter the connection name, click next. Now select the NIC to use, cluck next, once again review your settings, and click on Finish button
  • If you want to change the properties for an existing connection, then right-click the connection, i.e., RDP-TCP connection, click on properties, then a dialog box will open.
  • You can make the changes as below:
  1. Add a comment to the explanation of the connection and switch it to high encryption.
  2. Login settings provide automatic login.
  3. Sessions explain when to end the terminal session and how will it be reconnected if it is disconnected.
  4. Client settings specify which client devices will be available during a terminal session.
  5. The network adapter specifies the maximum number of connections to be allowed.
  • After competing for changes you want to make, click on OK, and close.

Thank you.

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