Useful Terminal Services Resource Kit Utilities

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Summary

There are several useful Terminal Services utilities available in the Windows 2000 Resource Kit. This article describes some of these utilities.

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  • Appsec: Used to restrict non-administrative users' execution access to a limited set of authorized programs.
  • Drive Share: Used to share and connect to local drives during Terminal Services client session initialization.
  • File Copy: Provides copy/paste file transfer between a Terminal Services client session and a local desktop.
  • Lsreport: Used to connect to Terminal Services License servers and display information about the license key packs installed on the servers.
  • Lsview: Used to display the name and type of currently available License servers in a domain.
  • Roboclient: A Terminal Services capacity-planning tool.
  • Simclient: A Terminal Services capacity-planning tool.
  • Tsreg: A graphic utility to change client registry settings relating to bitmap caching, glyph caching, and so on.
  • Tsver: Used for allowing or disallowing client connections based on the client version.
  • Winsta: Used for monitoring Terminal Services client sessions.

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Article ID: 240444 - Last Review: October 26, 2013 - Revision: 3.0
Applies to
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Server
  • Microsoft Windows 2000 Advanced Server
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