Article ID: 107Note: This article assumes that you have already setup the Terminal Services Server. If you have not done this yet, please take a look at this article: Terminal Services Server Configuration.
Double click on the "Terminal Services Client Creator" icon. Choose which version of Windows (16-bit or 32-bit) the client disks should support. (Windows 3.1 is 16-bit; Windows 95 and later are 32-bit.)
Note: If you are planning on accessing Terminal Services from a computer across the Internet, you will need to forward port 3389 to your server. This is very important since Terminal Services listens on port 3389.
Installing the Terminal Services Client:
On the client computer (not your server), insert the first Terminal Services Client floppy disk into your disk drive.
Double Click on "Setup.exe".
Click on "Continue":
Click on "I Agree":
Choose the directory that the Terminal Services Client will be installed into then click on the icon to begin installation:
Choose Yes or No depending on whether you want all users to have access to the Terminal Services Client:
When prompted, Click OK: