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Articles & Tutorials for March, 2006

How to deploy applications to your Terminal Server
Date - Mar 30, 2006
Author - Wilco van Bragt
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Scripting
In the article Terminal Server Environment Basic Concepts I already described the basic concepts/rules necessary to have a stable and controllable Terminal Server Infrastructure. Two of the described concepts in that article are chronology of the installation order and the 100% “equality” of all the servers in the Farm. To accomplish this you should use silent setups and a deploy mechanism to install applications on your servers. In this article we are going to detail how to install and deploy those applications with the above mentioned concepts in mind.
Bandwidth Management: Part 3 – Guaranteeing and Protecting ICA/RDP on LAN/WAN
Date - Mar 28, 2006
Author - Andy Jones
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Performance
Bandwidth Management is one of the biggest challenges we face as server based computing engineers. This article is the third and final in a short series about Bandwidth Management. In this article we will look at third-party solutions for protecting and guaranteeing the bandwidth required for session performance as it applies to LAN and WAN traffic.
Creating a Terminal Service Pilot Deployment Program
Date - Mar 22, 2006
Author - Brien M. Posey
Section - Articles & Tutorials / General
If you have spent much time on this Web site, then you probably know that if properly deployed, the Terminal Services can greatly ease a network’s administrative burden, and can be a huge cost saver for a company. In spite of its many benefits, switching all of the users in the company from a client/server deployment to a thin client deployment is a big undertaking. In this article, I will discuss how to go about performing a pilot deployment for your new thin client environment.
Securing Your Terminal/Citrix Servers with The Security Configuration Wizard
Date - Mar 16, 2006
Author - Michel Roth
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Security
Terminal/Citrix environments by their very nature allow interactive access to their servers. Interactive access to a server also happens to be the Valhalla in hackerland. Seems like you’re stuck between a rock and a hard place, right? There’s only one thing to do: secure those servers! One of the tools you should use to secure your servers is the Security Configuration Wizard.
Understanding Terminal Server/Citrix Licensing Models
Date - Mar 14, 2006
Author - Stefan Vermeulen
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Licensing
A lot has been said in the past about the licensing models of Terminal Server and Citrix. Interpreting the exact results of certain choices may not always be fully clear beforehand. This article will help you understand and give you some tips along the way.
MUI in a Terminal Services World
Date - Mar 07, 2006
Author - Cláudio Rodrigues
Section - Articles & Tutorials / General
This articles describes what MUI (Multilingual User Interface) is and the main reasons why it is a must on corporate environments dealing with multiple language requirements.
Designing and Implementing Effective Disaster Recovery Strategies with Citrix Technology Part 2: The Strategy
Date - Mar 02, 2006
Author - Paul Stansel
Section - Articles & Tutorials / General
While we as administrators often spend a considerable amount of time planning our production environment, Disaster Recovery issues with complex Citrix environments remain the weak point of many installations. This three-part article will focus on effective disaster recovery strategies for organizations of any size.

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