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5.1.4 Terminal Server Role 
The Terminal Services Role provides remote access to a server through terminal emulation software, which 
sends keystrokes and mouse movements to the server and allows clients to execute applications, process 
data, and store data on the server. Thereafter the Terminal server returns the display to the client. The 
terminal emulation software can run on a number of client hardware devices, such as a personal computer, a 
Handheld PC (H/PC), or a terminal. This also allows remote control of servers and centralized application 
management, and minimizes the network requirements between the server and client. 
 
The Terminal Services Role involves the creation of several components that works together. These 
components include a presentation layer protocol called the Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) and a core 
architectural component called the Multi-Win. 
 
The Multi-Win component enables more than one user to be logged in locally. It is a core component of 
Terminal Services and is used in Remote Desktop for Administration, Remote Assistance, and the terminal 
server role. The creation of Multi-Win enabled remote users to log on and use the server as if they were 
local users. The Multi-Win component also keeps each userís system and application settings separate, even 
when many are logged on concurrently. This enables remote users to launch and use applications on the 
remote system. When you establish a terminal server session, by default you see a copy of the desktop from 
the server to which you have connected. When you double-click an icon within this session and launch an 
application, it launches in your session on the server. It uses the serverís processor, the serverís memory, 
and accesses the serverís hard disk. Only images of the screen transfer to the local computer; the application 
files never leave the server. 
 
Note: Each client computer that accesses Terminal server that is used in 
terminal server role must have the Terminal Services Client Access 
License as well as the Windows 2003 Client Access License. You are, 
however, allowed to run Terminal Services in terminal server role for 120 
days without using any license. Thereafter the service will fail. 
 
The Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) is responsible for transferring the screen information from the server 
to the client and the cursor movements and keystrokes from the client to the client session on the server. 
Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 use RDP version 5.1, while Windows 2000 uses RDP v5.0 and 
Windows NT 4.0 uses RDP v4.0. 
 
RDP uses encryption to protect the information that is sent between the terminal server and the client 
computer and uses port 3389 to transfer this information. 
 
 

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PASSING GUARANTEE
Vibrant acknowledges that success in a Boot Camp is the result of joint efforts of the student and the training provider. It is therefore not possible for a training provider to unilaterally guarantee success in a Boot Camp. Unless the student puts in the requisite efforts, success in a Boot Camp will be elusive.

Vibrant, however, guarantees to provide the environment, infrastructure and training methodology which will make success in the Boot Camp inevitable assuming the presence of corresponding efforts from the student.

Vibrant, therefore, provides passing guarantee with the following terms :

If you are not able to pass any (or all) of the exams, you can attend the course (or courses) again at Vibrant free-of-cost with the following conditions :

1- You can attend classes in a scheduled Boot Camp listed on our website. The Boot Camp should have a seat available and should not have been cancelled due to nil registrations.
2- You will have to pay the cost of Hotel stay, meals, air-fare, tests and any other third-party service. The courseware has to be carried back by you.
3- The guarantee entitles you to attend only the course for which you have failed an exam. Other courses cannot be substituted in this guarantee.
4- You are entitled to re-attend within one year of completion of the Boot Camp.
5- Also if you fail an exam, the current Boot Camp will continue to run as scheduled and the retraining can be availed only after completion of the current Boot Camp.

 

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