Setting Up Terminal Services in SBS2003

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    In my test lab I’ve attempted to set up terminal server mode after installing sbs2003 on two machines…one as the dc & one as a member server in that domain. The member server will act as the terminal server itself. Terminal Services installed automatically as a component in the sbs2003 package.

    No problem installing the license server & activating it, however, when attempting to change the licensing mode from administrative to server (for clients) through ‘terminal service configuration’, directions in a server 2003 text, instructed to go through add/remove programs to make the change. “Terminal server” is not listed – only ‘terminal licensing’ (Contrary to Win2k Server that I’ve done in the past)…..the text also noted that it could be set up through ‘Config your server wizard” – well, the wizard isn’t even listed/available on either sbs2003 installs…now what? I would like to be able to set up the services in server mode for applications in future sbs2003 installs with small business clients.

    I hope I’m missing the obvious…Any help is greatly appreciated!

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