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by Todd W. Mathers
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  • Author:
    Todd W. Mathers
  • ISBN:
    1578702399
  • ISBN13:
    978-1578702398
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  • Publisher:
    Sams Publishing; 2 edition (July 2, 2000)
  • Pages:
    818 pages
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    Networking & Cloud Computing
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Designed to decrease total cost of ownership. Todd W. Mathers is a thin-client technology consultant and software developer who specializes in the planning and deployment of Microsoft Terminal Server and Citrix MetaFrame. Todd is also the author of the best-selling book, Windows NT Thin Client Solutions: Implementing Terminal Server and Citrix MetaFrame (MTP, 1998). Paperback: 840 pages.

Mathers, Todd W. Publication date. ABBYY FineReader 1. (Extended OCR).

Conventions Used in this Book. I. an overview of terminal server and metaframe. 1. Going Thin with Terminal Server.

Designed to decrease total cost of ownership, when used in conjunction with Citrix's MetaFrame product. Conventions Used in this Book. The Total Cost of Ownership. Implementation Flexibility.

Published July 2nd 2000 by Sams Publishing. Published July 2nd 2000 by Sams Publishing.

An investigation into the viability of deploying thin client technology to support effective learning in a disadvantaged, rural high school setting. Tembalethu Jama Ndwe.

Windows NT Thin Client Solutions: Implementing Terminal Server and Citrix MetaFrame. Mathers, Shawn P. Genoway. Windows Server 2003/2000 Thin Client Solutions.

Designed to decrease total cost of ownership, when used in conjunction with Citrix's MetaFrame product. TSE has also resulted in dramatic (500% or more) performance increase in standard NT administration tools and some database applications

client-mapped printer naming 2nd. driver cross-reference support 2nd Auto-Replication dialog box automated load testing.

client-mapped printer naming 2nd. Terminal Server 2nd 3rd automatic client reconnect (ACR). ICA client support 2nd 3rd automatic reboots 2nd automatic session reconnect. RDP client support automatic updates.

Windows NT/2000: Thin Client Solutions: Implementing Terminal Services and Citrix MetaFrame provides proven strategies for analyzing, testing, and implementing scalable thin client systems.

Windows NT, Terminal Server Edition (TSE) is an extension to NT Server that allows applications to run one centralized location while being presented on multiple client devices. Designed to decrease total cost of ownership, when used in conjunction with Citrix's MetaFrame product. TSE has also resulted in dramatic (500% or more) performance increase in standard NT administration tools and some database applications. A new edition is necessary to document this new functionality, and also the challenges that system architects will have to address as they design their W2K networks and then transition from Windows NT to W2K. Windows 2000 Thin Client Solutions follows the organization of the previous edition, but includes changes to discussions affected by W2K's release, including coverage of scalability and security. Additional chapters on installation of terminal services and MetaFrame on a W2K server, as well as chapters on TSE management, remote access, and application integration.


Netlandinhabitant
I have been Managing a large Citrix environment for years and this is, by far, the best reference that I have read. There is no doubt that the author has actually used the product. It's not just a rehash of Citrix documentation. it is valuable information on necessary registry changes and policies that you need to use to make Metaframe the product it was intended to be. If you have used Metaframe you will love this book as a reference. If you have never used Metaframe you will learn how to proceed from the installation process all the way to some pretty advanced management techniques. This book is a must have for any Metaframe or Win2k Terminal Services administrator.
Syleazahad
This book covers every aspect of Terminal Server and Metaframe in detail. It also full of solid real world implimentation advice that you can easily apply. Great!
Moralsa
If you are thinking about configuring a Terminal Services server and/or using Citrix Metaframe, this is the best book you can buy. I have bought them all, and even if you have experience with TS, and or Citrix, this book is full of great tips and extremely useful information. Buy it! Don't wait.
Talvinl
If you are new to TS/Metaframe, but you have a solid handle on Windows NT/2000, this will be an easy and informative read for you. While you will already have a solid grounding in file system an regsitry security, system and group policy, user groups, performance tuning, and system configuration, Thin Client Solutions is full of detailed information on how to apply your NT/Win2K savvy in these areas to the TS environment.
Mathers covers both the TS and Citrix products in detail. You'll get coverage on everything ranging from the differences between the two products, to installation, licensing, optimization, security, and application integration. And don't forget, the appendixes are also chock full of useful stuff such as a TS/Metaframe command reference, file system security configuration scripts, registry security configuration scripts, and more.
A word of caution, however. If you don't know Windows NT/2000, you'll probably be lost -- Mathers assumes that you are on a pretty solid footing with the Windows environment. If not, you'll need to bring your Windows NT/2k skills up to speed before this book will be of benefit you.
RUsich155
A great book. The author lists out the common problems facing by the users. I do not have any experience in Citrix. But my boss requires me to install and implement in short of time. I use the installation guide from the software. It is not useful. My server always down after install the software. All users are angry. After reading this book, I found that I miss a lot of things such as IE4 installation problems, tunning and etc. So I think if you want to implement Citrix successful, read this book firetly.
Ber
I bought his first edition of this book and practically used it as an installation manual and admin. manual. It helped in our justification and planning as well. His last book was so good, I WAITED for this to come out. When it did, and no stores around here had it, I traveled 1 hr. to a store that did have it at about 10pm. That's how much this book has helped us out here. I'm 3/4 finished w/ this edition and it's just as good. VERY detailed and great advice and tips from planning to a SECURE server setup. I like a book that gives personal opinions and perspectives. If you are an admin in this field, this is probably the ONLY book you'll need!!
Anarawield
This is an excellent follow-up to his first book on Terminal Server. By using the techniques in this book, you will increase both the stability and the performance of your Terminal Server. It is helpful for just 'plain vanilla' installations, and also those utilizing a Citrix solution. Great addition to anyone's 'Toolbox'.
I found the book very well organized with valuable comparisons of different products and configurations. It appears to cover all subjects pertaining to Thin Client computing better than any other book that I have been able to find. It is also very helpful the way different implementations are catagorized, e.g.ICA, NT 4.0 TSE from Windows 2000. Most of the books that I have looked at so far do a poor job of distinguishing between the different implementations of TS while covering a certain topic.