Seana 2006-07-15 06:22:31
If an application is set up in Terminal Services hosting mode for thin
clients can fat desktop clients access in non-remote access mode or do they
need to access the application in terminal services mode?
Vera noest mvp 2006-07-15 06:22:34
Your terminology is a bit unusual, but if I understand you correctly,
you want to run the application which is installed on the Terminal
Server on a traditional fat client, *without using Terminal
What this means in practice is that you want to use the Terminal
Server as a normal fileserver for these fat clients.
This will only work:
a) if you share the folder on the TS where the application is located
b) with applications which don’t need any local installation at all,
i.e. then can be run from a network drive.
MCSE, CCEA, Microsoft MVP – Terminal Server
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