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  1. Do I need an Office license for use with TS if Office is already installed on the client computer?
  2. My Terminal Server licensing server has the wrong numbers - how do I correct this?
  3. How do I limit user access so that they can only logon from one place at the time?
  4. Is there any way to block installation of bandwidth-hogging software?
  5. When I log into a TS session I can't see my drive mappings - why is this?
  6. Can you help me allow users the ability to print?
  7. Is it possible to have a Win2k service access a mapped drive?
  8. Does VPN connection improve Terminal Services security?
  9. How do I set up a new TS running Enterprise Server 2003?
  10. How can I use a Windows 2003 server as a license server?
  11. Can you help me access the mapped drive with a Win2003 server?
  12. How do I allow users to avoid security and print over their networks?

This was first published in January 2006

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