Terminal Services in Windows Server 2003 provides more options for application deployment, more efficient access to data over low bandwidth, reuse of older hardware, remote management, and other tasks. This is a 20-pack of additional Windows Server 2003 Terminal Server Client Access Licenses (CALs). These CALs are licensed per user. Terminal Server lets you deliver Windows-based applications or the Windows desktop itself, to virtually any computing device - including those that cannot run Windows. For example, a user can access a virtual Windows XP Professional desktop and x86-based Windows applications from hardware that cannot run the software locally. Terminal Server provides this capability for both Windows and non-Windows-based client devices. Terminal Server can enhance an enterprise's 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.
|Required Processor Class||Intel Pentium Processor|
|Required Processor Speed||550 MHz|
|Required Memory||256 MB|
|Required Disk Space||1.5 GB|
|Required Operating System||Microsoft Windows 2000|Microsoft Windows 95|Microsoft Windows 98|Microsoft Windows ME|Microsoft Windows NT|Microsoft Windows XP|
|Software Name||Windows 2003 Terminal Services|
|Max License Size||20 User|
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