Managing Windows MultiPoint Server 2010
Updated: November 14, 2012
Windows MultiPoint Server 2010 allows multiple users, each with their own independent and familiar Windows experience, to simultaneously share one computer. User stations, consisting of a monitor, keyboard, and mouse, are directly connected to the host computer through USB or video cables.
MultiPoint Server includes MultiPoint Manager, which helps the administrative user to monitor and manage MultiPoint Server stations. The information in this section describes many of the tasks that you can perform in MultiPoint Manager, such as how to manage MultiPoint Server stations by using MultiPoint Manager, and how to use MultiPoint Manager daily.
|The information in this section is also included in MultiPoint Manager Help, which can be opened by clicking the Help icon on any MultiPoint Manager screen.|
To download the content in this section as a Microsoft help file (the same help file that is installed on MultiPoint Server), see MultiPoint Manager Help for Windows MultiPoint Server 2010.
For information about managing Windows MultiPoint Server 2010, see the following topics:
Managing Your MultiPoint Server System
Manage System Tasks
Manage MultiPoint Server Desktops
Manage MultiPoint Server Hardware
Manage MultiPoint Server User Accounts
Manage MultiPoint Server User Files