Remote Desktop Services Deployment Guide

發佈時間: 2010年5月

更新日期: 2011年2月

適用於: Windows Server 2008 R2

遠端桌面服務, formerly Terminal Services, is a server role in Windows Server® 2008 R2 that provides technologies that enable users to access Windows-based programs that are installed on a 遠端桌面工作階段主機 (RD 工作階段主機) server, or to access the full Windows desktop. With 遠端桌面服務, users can access an RD 工作階段主機 server from within a corporate network or from the Internet.

遠端桌面服務 lets you efficiently deploy and maintain software in an enterprise environment. You can easily deploy programs from a central location. Because you install the programs on the RD 工作階段主機 server and not on the client computer, programs are easier to upgrade and to maintain.

When a user accesses a program on an RD 工作階段主機 server, the program runs on the server. Each user sees only their individual session. The session is managed transparently by the server operating system and is independent of any other client session. Additionally, you can configure 遠端桌面服務 to use Hyper-V™ to either assign virtual machines to users or have 遠端桌面服務 dynamically assign an available virtual machine to a user upon connection.

About this guide

This guide is intended for use by system administrators and system engineers. It provides detailed guidance for deploying a 遠端桌面服務 design that has been preselected by you or an infrastructure specialist or system architect in your organization. You can then use this guide to deploy 遠端桌面服務 in your production environment.

This guide provides steps for deploying the following 遠端桌面服務 designs:

Use the checklists in Implementing Your Remote Desktop Services Design Plan to determine how best to use the instructions in this guide to deploy your particular design. For information about hardware and software requirements for deploying 遠端桌面服務, see Appendix A: Remote Desktop Services Requirements.

To implement Microsoft® RemoteFX™, use the checklists for deploying a 虛擬桌面基礎結構 (VDI), or 遠端桌面服務 with session-based desktops and perform the tasks for RemoteFX.