How to Install TS Web in Windows 7


Terminal Services (TS) Web Access can be installed on a computer with the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system that is running the Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 or higher. TS Web Access is a terminal service role that enables users to create remote application programs that they can use to connect to the terminal server desktop of any server via a web browser.

  • Click "Start," type "Administrative Tools" in the Search box and then press "Enter."

  • Double-click "Server Manager" on the Administrative Tools window that opens.

  • Click "Add Roles" below Roles Summary on the Server Manager screen.

  • Click the "Next" button on the Before You Begin screen.

  • Choose the "Terminal Services" check box on the Select Server Roles screen and then click "Next."

  • Click "Next" on the Terminal Services screen.

  • Choose the "TS Web Access" check box on the Select Role Services screen.

  • Click "Add Required Role Services" and then click "Next."

  • Click "Next" on the Web Server (IIS) screen.

  • Click "Next" on the Select Role Services screen.

  • Click "Install" on the Confirm Installation Selections screen.

  • Click "Close" on the Installation Results screen.

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