The Windows Terminal Server is a centrally available Windows system, for example for Linux users who just need a Windows system ocasionally, or to make some special software (with limited/expensive licenses) available to a larger user group.

xfreerdp -u $USER -d win --ignore-certificate

More detailed instructions can be found on the IT website.

The previous generation of the Windows Terminal Server 2003

(will phase out on April 8, 2014)

DESYComputingTerminalServer (last edited 2015-02-20 22:45:26 by AnnikaVauth)