What Is A Terminal Server
This post helps you understand more about Terminal Servers
A Terminal Server allows its clients to remotely access its available services such as Windows-based applications without individually installing them on each and every client. For instance, Windows Server 2008 is one of the Windows Operating Systems that offers this feature.
What is the difference between a Terminal Server and a normal server?
The key difference is the performance. You can use your laptop as a server but can it handle multiple client requests in the production environment? Do you think cheap $10/20 meters Ethernet cables should be used for heavy duty servers? Similarly, the fact that you can establish remote desktop connections to your own laptop doesn't mean your laptop can be used for handling multiple concurrent connections in a real network production.
What is the difference between a Terminal Server and an application server?
A Terminal Server only uses the thin client model. The client doesn't need to have any software to be installed except the utility to connect to the Terminal Server to access the installed applications on the server.
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