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Remote Desktop without NLB load balancing.

Posted by albertfr on January 7 2012th


Today we will Explain how to do a load balancing terminal server without NLB product. Only using Round Robin DNS, some scripts and 1 GPO in Active Directory.

The system is composed by the Following elements:

Terminal Servers (A) and (B) are Windows Server 2008 R2 With the following características:

It has in the Same LAN to Avoid client-server over WAN latency.

You use ThinPrint Application Server Engine 8.6 Between traffic to compress spooler terminal server and client. It's perfect to print using WAN environment.

Both Terminal Servers can do load balancing and failover.

Uses Microsoft Office 2007 (Word, Excel, Powerpoint).

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How to do Single Sign On on Terminal Server connections

Posted by albertfr on January 7 2012th


To improve user experience at login time, there is a way to activate "Single Sign on" for Terminal Servers connections.

If you have Windows XP client machine, it requires:

· At Least Service Pack 3.

· At Least Remote Desktop Connection 7.

Once this is installed Then You Have to:

Local Install the following executable as admin user: / files / MicrosoftFixit50588.msi

In every client, XP, Vista, 7, etc .. you need to execute the following registry Modifications:

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CredentialsDelegation]
"ConcatenateDefaults_AllowDefault" = dword: 00000001
"AllowDefaultCredentials" = dword: 00000001

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Policies \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CredentialsDelegation \ AllowDefaultCredentials]
"1" = "TERMSRV / <TerminalServer (A)>"
"2" = "TERMSRV / <TerminalServer (B)>"

Reboot computer.

That's all folks. We are waiting your comments bellow. We hope this information will be usable for you.

See you soon MegaCracks.

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Problem deleted roaming profiles on terminal servers virtualized server

Posted by jl on December 27 2011th

Hello everyone

Hoy vamos a hablar de un problema que nos surgió con el borrado de perfiles al virtualizar servidores de terminal Server. El entorno que teníamos era un cluster NLB de servidores físicos de Terminal Server donde se conectaban usuarios del dominio para acceder a una aplicación y que una vez que cerraban la sesión se borraba el perfil de la sesión. De la granja de servidores se virtualizan varios sin ningún problema, pero pasados unos días nos damos cuenta que está aumentando el espacio ocupado en disco y que no se están borrando automáticamente los perfiles móviles de los usuarios cuando se desconectan de la sesión remota.

The cause of roaming profiles are not deleted is that by doing the installation of vmtools option is installed Shared Folders and it makes it can not delete the file hgfs.dat inthe route found C: \ Documents and Settings \ usuario.000 \ Local Settings \ Application Data \ VMware

This can be solved by uninstalling the option of SharedFolders of vmtools or go on the server to the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Control \ NetworkProvider \ Order \ y delete the value vmhgfs


Once done, provided that users have logged into the server can delete all profiles, reboot the server and the next time users log are automatically delete the roaming profile.

One thing to keep in mind is that each time we update the version of the vmtools, and especially if we do it in an automated manner, for example using the update manager of virtual center, we have to repeat this process.

Until next time

Greetings and happy holidays

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How to delete a Terminal Server License Server from start to finish.

Posted by Xaus Xavier Nadal on September 21st 2008

Good afternoon, I'm not writing sooner, I know many of you conectais daily to check if there are any new articles that you might be interested, well, here's another related article as usual with systems management. I hope you find it useful at some point in your long history.

The first thing would be to make a backup of your Active Directory (better safe than sorry).

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