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Chapter 8.8. Terminal Services > Installing Terminal Services Clients

Installing Terminal Services Clients

Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows CE (CE 3.0 only), and Windows 2000 clients are included with Terminal Services. There are several methods available for installing Terminal Services clients, depending on the operating system of the client:

  • Diskette Installation. The Terminal Service Client Creator program on the Administrative Tools menu allows you to create diskettes that you can use to install either a 16-bit client (Windows 3.1) or 32-bit client (Windows 9x. Windows NT, and Windows 2000).

  • Network Installation. You can also install the clients from a network share by sharing Winntsystemroot\system32\clients\tsclient\net. This will allow network access to either the win32 or win16 directories, from which you can run SETUP.EXE.

  • Windows CE, Handheld PC Edition Version 3.0. This client is available on the Windows 2000 CD in valueadd\msft\mgmt\mstsc_hpc. Windows CE services must be installed on your desktop PC before you can install this client. The client installation program is run on your desktop computer and transferred to the CE device through your standard synchronization method.

  • Non-Windows Operating Systems. Clients for Macintosh, Unix, and Windows CE (prior to CE 3.0) are available from Citrix via the Metaframe product.Installing the clients is as easy as running SETUP.EXE from either the appropriate diskette or a network share. The installation wizard will ask for an organization, acceptance of the EULA, and whether the install is for all users or just for you.


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