Configuring Citrix MetaFrame for Windows 2000 Terminal Services

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Client Licenses Every client that connects to a Terminal Server must have a valid client license. Clients store client license information locally and present it to Terminal Servers when they log on. The Terminal Servers then validate the license and allow the client to connect. Client licenses are outlined later in this chapter.


License servers can be set up in one of two modes: Domain License server or Enterprise License server.


Domain License Server This mode should be selected if you are using a workgroup or Windows NT 4.0 domains. It can be used in Active Directory if you wish to have separate license servers for each domain. Terminal Servers must be in the same domain as a license server set up in Domain License server mode. This is the default setting.


Enterprise License Server This mode is used for Windows 2000 domains and can serve many domains in the same site. You must use Add/Remove programs to install Terminal Server License Server in Enterprise mode.


You must activate License Servers 90 days from the date of install or client connections will be refused. You will need not only Windows 2000 server CALs, but also Terminal Services CALs for each client device. This is not a user basis, but a client basis. If you have a user who connects to Terminal Services from a PC in the office and a different computer at home, you will need two CALs for that user because the connection is coming from two different client devices. Windows 2000 Professional comes with a Terminal Services license installed, so you won’t need to purchase

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