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Working With Terminal Services Remote Applications (Part 3)
Date - Apr 21, 2009
Author - Brien M. Posey
Section - Articles & Tutorials / General
Hosting a remote application and generating an RDP file, demonstrating some settings that we did not mention in part 2.
Deploying your customized RDP client
Date - Aug 09, 2006
Author - ClŠudio Rodrigues
Section - Articles & Tutorials / General
In this article I will explain how you can get your own customized RDP client and create an MSI file so you can deploy it remotely using Group Policies, SMS or any other tool you may have in place.
Customizing the Microsoft RDP Client (Part 2)
Date - Jul 26, 2006
Author - ClŠudio Rodrigues
Section - Articles & Tutorials / General
In part two we will cover another great modification to the RDP client you can do that will greatly enhance security on your Terminal Services environment.
Customizing the Microsoft RDP Client (Part 1)
Date - Jul 12, 2006
Author - ClŠudio Rodrigues
Section - Articles & Tutorials / General
In this two part article series we will check some useful options available for customizing the Microsoft Remote Desktop client, showing you all the tools to get the job done, in a step-by-step guide!
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.
Bandwidth Management: Part 1 ? The Old Fashioned Way
Date - Dec 21, 2005
Author - Andy Jones
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Performance
Bandwidth Management is one of the biggest challenges we face as server based computing engineers. Presentation Layer protocols like ICA and RDP are very sensitive to latency and link stability. This article is the first in a short series about Bandwidth Management.
What RDP GPO Settings can do to your Citrix Servers
Date - Oct 26, 2005
Author - Wilco van Bragt
Section - Articles & Tutorials / Security
Within Windows 2003 Server, Microsoft has added several new Group Policy Objects (GPO) settings to their product. The Terminal Server object is one which got a lot of new settings. Wonderful settings if you are using Terminal Server, but what happens if you are using these settings on a Terminal Server where Citrix Presentation Server is installed?

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2X ApplicationServer - Voted Readers? Choice Award Winner - Application Servers
Date - Jul 30, 2008
Author - The Editor
Section - Site News
2X ApplicationServer was selected the winner in the Application Servers category of the Readersí Choice Awards. Terminal RDP and Provision Networks VAS were first runner-up and second runner-up.
ThinPrint .print - Voted Readers? Choice Award Winner - Printing solution
Date - May 29, 2008
Author - The Editor
Section - Site News
ThinPrint .print was selected the winner in the Printing solution category of the Readersí Choice Awards. triCerat Simplify Printing and Print2RDP were first runner-up and second runner-up.

Software Titlestop

Date - Jul 29, 2011
Section - Application Servers
Seamless/Load Balanced application deployment with SingleSignOn and Web Interface. Control CPU affinity and priority, restrict TS connections based on Client IP/Name, session counts etc. Also includes SSL/TLS support for the RDP data stream.
AppliDis Fusion 4
Date - Apr 28, 2010
Section - Application Servers
AppliDis Fusion 4 can deliver applications and desktops as a service. Applications and virtual desktops are managed and deployed through a web-based console.

Based on the RDP protocol within Windows RDS (formerly Windows TS) and compatible with the main hypervisors on the market (Hyper-V, ESX, ESXi, Virtualcenter), AppliDis Fusion 4 has the ability to virtualise all your applications or your desktops. The virtualised desktops can operate under Windows XP, Vista, Seven (VDI technology) through AppliDis Connexion Broker or maybe a Windows RDS/Terminal Server (Windows 2000 to Windows 2008 R2) desktop. At user level, access can be gained both from an Internet browser or an AppliDis Desktop client, which automatically integrates the icons published on the desktop or the start menu or on a distributed desktop on your thin client.
2X ThinClientServer for Windows/Linux
Date - Jan 23, 2009
Section - Thin client software for PCs
2X ThinClientServer delivers a solution to convert existing PC's to thin clients and centrally manage thin client devices from any vendor. User's connection & device hardware settings (RDP / ICA / NX, screen size, Applications that users have access to, Terminal Servers and VMware virtual desktops) can be controlled centrally by device, user, group or department Active Directory / Local Accounts) via the web-based interface.

2X ThinClientServer deploys a small footprint Linux-based OS to popular thin client devices (HP, Neoware, Wyse, BOSAaNOVA, Samsung and more) and to old or new PCs and laptops. Thin clients always boot the latest version of the OS from the ThinClientServer or locally. Hardware & connection settings (including resolution, logging and more) can be retrieved from the server when the client logs on, making thin clients easy to manage.
Date - Feb 27, 2008
Section - Printing
Print2RDP configures itself to present the user with a printing solution allowing them to print any file from a terminal server environment directly to their local or network PC. Print2RDP is compatible with any available windows printer driver, including USB printers, network printers and even virtual printer drivers used in fax and document imaging applications.

Print2RDP creates a virtual printer driver for each client printer to be mapped on the terminal server. The virtual printer drivers appear as available printers and will be identifiable to the printing user. Terminal Server users can print to the virtual printer drivers as they would print to any printer from any Windows application.
2X LoadBalancer for Terminal Services / Citrix
Date - Sep 27, 2007
Section - Security & lockdown
Since Microsoft Terminal Services Servers support many users, it's important to ensure that each Terminal Server is fully redundant and that the load is distributed between servers ensuring optimal service quality for users. 2X LoadBalancer for Terminal Services / Citrix allows you to load balance RDP/ICA sessions between Terminal Servers and provide fault tolerance. In addition, if you are allowing users to login from the internet, you can hide the backend terminal services from the internet and just expose one single gateway machine - thereby increasing security of your Terminal Servers.
iShadow Application Suite
Date - Jul 24, 2006
Section - Monitoring & management
iShadow Application Suite is a toolset for Microsoft Terminal Services and Citrix support and troubleshooting with scalability adequate for a large server farm implementation yet is affordable for small deployments.

iShadow provides a broad spectrum of tools and capabilities: Server Management - With iShadow servers can be diagnosed with response indicators. iShadow allows server session lockdown, reboot and even abort pending reboots or shutdowns. Built-in support for service/process monitoring can alarm administrators when particular process or service starts or terminates. It can even attempt restarting failed service automatically after receiving automatic alert notification. Session Management - Provides customizable multi-windowed access to session snapshot for one server, selected group of servers or the entire farm. Optimized user interface provides access to session information, while allowing drilldown to features not available with similar applications. Color coding and pop-up alerts help t
Date - Jul 12, 2006
Section - Thin client software for PCs
Reduce new hardware costs by implementing a thin client solution using existing desktops. SimplyRDP reduces IT costs by allowing remote management of desktops, providing easier backups and disaster recovery, enabling the latest applications to be run on aging desktops and virtually eliminating viruses and data theft.

SimplyRDP is a software-only solution; there is no need to physically open the desktop case, and removal of the hard drive is optional. An install and GUI configuration templates permit fast setups of desktops. All desktop applications run on the server.
2X SecureRDP for Windows Terminal Services
Date - Oct 28, 2005
Section - Security & lockdown
2X SecureRDP for Windows Terminal Services increases the security of your terminal servers by accepting or denying incoming RDP connections by IP, Mac address, computer name, client version or based on time of day. This way the logon screen will only be displayed if the connection is established from particular IPs or from particular machines. Computers that do not meet the filter restrictions don't get to see the logon screen and won't get to try a brute force logon! 2X SecureRDP for Windows Terminal Services is a tool to secure remote windows web servers which you are managing via Terminal services - Remote administration.

2X SecureRDP for Windows Terminal Services works with Windows 2000 or Windows 2003 Terminal Services and does not require a client component. Servers running either in Remote Administration or Application Server mode are supported.
Net2Printer for Terminal Server
Date - Sep 14, 2005
Section - Printing
Install Net2Printer for Terminal Server and print to the client?s local printers, even network printers. Also, enjoy all of the benefits of Net2Printer to send documents and files to any other Net2Printer user regardless of their location--from both your local computer and your Terminal Services,RDP or Citrix sessions.

Features include: Printing to your local network printers from Terminal Service, RDP and Citrix sessions; Print job distribution; No specific printer driver installation and no printer compatibility issues; Print to ANY Net2Printer printer from Terminal Services, RDP or Citrix sessions; Connection of entire remote offices; Support for legacy printers, USB printers and multi-function devices; Includes peer-to-peer file transfer feature.

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