How to Install TS Web in Windows 7
By Lyan Uaha
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.
- "Windows 7 Inside Out;" Ed Bott, Carl Siechert, and Craig Stinson; 2009
Based in Honolulu City, Lyan Uaha has been writing business and computer-related articles since 2007. He has been writing online instructional pieces since 2009. He holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from Kent State University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Akron, Ohio.