The Results Are In

First, thanks to everyone (and there were a lot of you) who wrote to tell me how you're using terminal services and how Thin-Client UPDATE and this column are helping you do so. Such feedback is enormously helpful when I'm selecting content. For example, the split between "We need more Windows 2000 Server Terminal Services coverage!" and "We need the Windows NT Server 4.0, Terminal Server Edition (TSE) coverage!" was just about equal, so I'm adding more Win2K-related entries to the Keeping Up with Terminal Services section. Not to worry, though—the section includes the same TSE coverage that it always has.

Second, we're adding a new feature starting with the next issue. Many of you said it would be great to get more in-depth information. Space in the electronic newsletter is limited, so we can't do that here. But Windows 2000 Magazine includes detailed coverage of terminal services, much of which you can access online. (Sorry, some content is for paid magazine subscribers only, and I can't do anything about that.) So, if you're looking for more in-depth technical information than we can provide here, check out the links to what's new in Windows 2000 Magazine.

Third, if you're going to be at the Windows 2000 Connections in Phoenix early next month, I'll see you there. I'll be presenting a half-day preconference session about preparing for and working with Terminal Services, and a shorter session during the main conference for experienced NT hands who want to know what terminal services are all about.

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