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Windows Server 2008 (Terminal Servis Yenilikleri)

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  • 1. { Terminal Servis Yenilikleri } Mesut ALADAĞ Teknoloji Direktörü / MCT [email_address]
  • 2. Ajanda
    • Terminal Server Enhancements
    • Terminal Server User- Experience
    • Terminal Server RemoteApp
    • Terminal Services Web Access
    • Terminal Services Gateway
    • Terminal Services Session Broker
    • Terminal Services Licensing
  • 3. Windows 2008 Administration via RDP
    • No more /console, just /admin
    • Support legacy systems with /console (w2k3)
  • 4. Terminal Server Overview
    • The Terminal Services server role in Windows Server 2008 provides technologies that enable users to access Windows-based programs that are installed on a terminal server, or to access the full Windows desktop.
    • With Terminal Services, users can access a terminal server from within a corporate network or from the Internet.
    • Once logged on, they can run any application that is installed on the server.
  • 5. Terminal Services Installation
  • 6. Terminal Services Installation
  • 7. Terminal Services Installation
  • 8. Terminal Services Role Services
  • 9. Terminal Services Installation
  • 10. Terminal Services Installation
  • 11. Terminal Services Installation
  • 12. Terminal Services Installation
  • 13. Terminal Services Installation
  • 14. Terminal Services Installation
  • 15. Terminal Services Installation
  • 16. Terminal Server Experience
    • Terminal Services includes new core functionality that enhances the end-user experience when connecting remotely to a Windows Server 2008 terminal server. This new core functionality includes:
      • Remote Desktop Connection 6.1
      • Remote Desktop Connection Display improvements, including:
        • Custom display resolutions (1680x1050 or 1920x1200)
        • Monitor spanning (up to 4 in a row)
        • Desktop Experience
        • Font smoothing
        • Display data prioritization
      • Plug and Play Device Redirection for Media Players and Digital Cameras
      • Single Sign-On for Terminal Services
  • 17. Terminal Server RemoteApp
    • Today, Terminal Services only provides a mechanism to remote whole desktops
    • Providing users with 2 desktops causes confusion
    • Providing TS desktops can cause you to be caught in a rich client vs. thin client debate
    • A mechanism is needed to integrate the benefits of centrally deployed and managed applications with the benefits of rich client applications
    • Consume only one license when same TS Server / same session
  • 18. Terminal Server RemoteApp
    • Deployment is as easy as 2 clicks… No additional setup is required.
  • 19. Terminal Server RemoteApp
    • Users can access TS RemoteApp in a number of ways:
      • Double-clicking a program icon on their desktop or Start menu that has been created and distributed by their administrator
      • Double-clicking a file which has an extension associated with a TS RemoteApp
      • Accessing a link to the TS RemoteApp on a website by using TS Web Access
    • The user can interact with the program that is running on the terminal server as if it were running locally.
  • 20. DEMO
    • TS Remote App
  • 21. Terminal Server Web Access
    • Makes Terminal Services RemoteApp available to users from a web browser.
    • There is no need to install any client software.
    • With TS Web Access, a user can visit a website and access a list of available TS RemoteApp programs.
    • When a user starts a TS RemoteApp program, a Terminal Services session is started on the terminal server that hosts the application.
    • Client sees an application not a desktop
    • Applications identified at the server
    • Does not have to be a TS Server
  • 22. Terminal Server Web Access
    • TS Web Access includes a default webpage that you can use to deploy TS RemoteApp over the web.
  • 23. Terminal Server Web Access Installation
  • 24. Terminal Server Web Access Installation
  • 25. Terminal Server Web Access Installation
  • 26. Terminal Server Web Access Installation
  • 27. Terminal Server Web Access Installation
  • 28. DEMO
    • TS Web Access
  • 29. Terminal Server Gateway
    • Enables remote users to connect to remote computers on the corporate network from any Internet-connected device that is running Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) 6.0.
    • Uses Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) tunneled over HTTPS to help form a secure, encrypted connection between remote users on the Internet and the remote computers.
    • Eliminates the need to configure VPN connections.
  • 30. TS Gateway
    • Tunnel RDP using “RPC over HTTP” technology
    • Allow client to connect from anywhere
  • 31. Terminal Server Gateway
    • Connections from client to TS Gateway are over SSL.
    • If Network Policy Server (NPS) is deployed in your organization, you can configure TS Gateway policies, and then use NPS to store, manage, and validate those policies (NPS is Microsoft RADIUS server).
  • 32. Perimeter Network Internet Corp LAN Hotel External Firewall Internal Firewall Home Business Partner/ Client Site Internet Terminal Services Gateway Server Tunnels RDP over RPC/HTTPS Strips off RPC/HTTPS Terminal Server Passes RDP/SSL traffic to TS Other RDP Hosts Terminal Server Network Policy Server Active Directory DC Terminal Server Gateway
  • 33. TS Session Broker
    • Load balances sessions to terminal servers
    • Basic operation
      • User connects to a terminal server
      • Server knows it is in a farm
      • Server asks broker “where should this go ?”
      • User session is re-directed
  • 34. Broker’s decision process
    • Does this user have a session ?
      • Reconnecting an open session
      • Second TS App session
      • If so connect to the same server
    • Does the server participate in load balancing ?
      • If not let it have the session
      • Otherwise, which servers allow new sessions ?
      • Calculate sessions / relative weight
      • Connect to server with lowest relative load
  • 35. Server roles in a farm
    • Broker
      • Tracks sessions
    • Redirector
      • All servers which users initially connect to
      • Connection might be round robin DNS or more sophisticated
    • Terminal server
      • Runs the user’s workload
  • 36. Configuring Farm membership
    • Group Policy
    • Or TS configuration
  • 37.
    • The first noticeable change in the licensing process is the installation of the terminal server licensing service itself. In Windows Server 2003 and earlier, you would simply install Terminal Server Licensing from the Add/Remove Programs component of Control Panel. However, everything in Windows Server 2008 is role-based . In other words, you install the Terminal Services Licensing role on the server rather than selecting an “optional component” to install.
    Terminal Service Licensing Changes
  • 38. Terminal Service Licensing Changes Another thing that has changed is an additional rights requirement when installing a Domain-scope license server. The administrator performing the installation must have Domain Admin rights because part of the installation now involves adding the license server computer account to the Terminal Server License Servers security group in Active Directory. As with Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Admin rights are still required to install a Forest-scope license server in order to update the same TS-Enterprise-License-Server site object.
  • 39. Terminal Service Licensing Changes
    • As with Windows Server 2003, the following steps are necessary to complete the terminal services licensing process:
    • Install the TS Licensing Role on the server
    • Activate the License Server with the Microsoft Clearinghouse
    • Install per-user and/or per-device CALs on the License Server
    • Configure your terminal servers to discover/use the License Server
  • 40. License Database Files
  • 41.
    • The discovery process has not changed much from Windows Server 2003 to 2008. However, the terminology has changed for the discovery mode. Windows Server 2003 offered a choice of three modes - Workgroup , Domain or Enterprise ; however Windows Server 2008 now refers to the latter more appropriately as Forest .
    License Server Discovery Process
  • 42.
    • Sorularınız ?
  • 43.
    • Teşekkürler
    www.cozumpark.com | www.mesutaladag.com Mesut ALADAĞ Teknoloji Direktörü / MCT [email_address]