Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Training
K Alliance’s online training on Configuring and Troubleshooting Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services helps students understand how to manage, configure, monitor and troubleshoot the Terminal Services of Windows Server 2008. The tutorial videos provide a comprehensive introduction to Windows 2008 Terminal Services. You will learn how to install and configure the TS role and settings, TS licensing role, and TS applications. Find out how to configure the licensing of TS for user or devices, manage the licensing lifecycle, use the TS console and Group Policy to configure TS connections, and identify different types of applications that can be installed in a Terminal Services environment. You will also learn how to troubleshoot the connection properties of TS for single and multiple users, enable availability of TS RemoteApp programs through websites by configuring TS Web Access, and configure TS Easy Print, TS Gateway properties and TS session broker to ensure that the TS farm is load-balanced. As the course ends, you will also know how to resolve client connectivity issues, monitor TS connections, identify TS services role monitoring methods, configure resource allocation policies using WSRM, and monitor the performance of WSRM.Talk to a K Alliance representative at 1-800-330-9111 about volume pricing, or request a one week trial right away.
The course is targeted at Technology Specialists in an enterprise environment. IT professionals getting into a new role where they have to manage terminal server session served connections over networks will also find the course useful.
Participants must understand the basic concepts and have some experience in Windows Server 2008 network infrastructure and application platform. It is also desirable to have some experience administering and supporting TS.