Microsoft Windows Terminal Server 2003 Client Additional License for Devices- 20 User [Old Version]

The Terminal Server component of Windows Server 2003 builds on the solid foundation provided by the application server mode in Windows 2000 Terminal Services. Terminal Server lets you deliver Windows-based applications, or the Windows desktop itself, to virtually any computing device – including those that cannot run Windows. Terminal Server can enhance an enterprises software

The Terminal Server component of Windows Server 2003 builds on the solid foundation provided by the application server mode in Windows 2000 Terminal Services. Terminal Server lets you deliver Windows-based applications, or the Windows desktop itself, to virtually any computing device – including those that cannot run Windows. Terminal Server can enhance an enterprises software deployment capabilities for a variety of scenarios that remain difficult to solve using traditional application distribution technologies. When users run an application on Terminal Server, the application execution takes place on the server, and only keyboard, mouse and display information is transmitted over the network. Users see only their own individual sessions, which are managed transparently by the server operating system, and remain independent of any other client session.Terminal Server lets you deliver Windows-based applications or the Windows desktop itself, to virtually any computing device—including those that cannot run Windows. Terminal Server provides this capability for both Windows and non-Windows-based client devices. When a user runs an application on Terminal Server, all of the application execution takes place on the server and only keyboard, mouse and display information traverses the network.

With Remote Desktop for Administration (formerly known as Terminal Services in Remote Administration mode), you can administer a computer from virtually any computer on your network. Based on Terminal Services technology, Remote Desktop for Administration is specifically designed for server management.

Terminal Server Session Directory is a feature that allows users to easily reconnect to a disconnected session in a load balanced Terminal Server farm. Session Directory is compatible with the Windows Server 2003 load balancing service, and is supported by third-party external load balancer products from manufacturers such as F5 Networks and Radware.

Note: This is 5 additional Windows Server 2003 TS Device CALs.

Product Features

  • WIN TERMINAL SVR CAL 2003 20 PER DEVICE