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  • InTouch_TSE_DG_1.0.docx Rev. 1.0 Client Page 1 of

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    InTouch for Terminal Services Deployment Guide Planning and Implementation Guidelines Revision: 1.0

    Copyright 2013, Invensys Systems Inc.

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    2013 Invensys Systems, Inc. All rights reserved.

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    Table of Contents

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS ............................................................................................................................ 6

    AUTHORING AND TESTING: ................................................................................................................................ 6 REVIEW AND DISTRIBUTION .............................................................................................................................. 6

    WELCOME TO INTOUCH FOR TERMINAL SERVICES ................................................................................... 7

    TERMINOLOGY ................................................................................................................................................ 7 ASSUMPTIONS ................................................................................................................................................ 8 TECHNICAL SUPPORT ....................................................................................................................................... 8

    USING TERMINAL SERVICES ..................................................................................................................... 9

    RUNNING A MANAGED INTOUCH APPLICATION WITH TERMINAL SERVICES ............................................................... 10 Key Points ............................................................................................................................................. 10

    DEPLOYING THE INTOUCHVIEWAPP OBJECT IN A TERMINAL SERVICES ENVIRONMENT ................................................ 12 CONFIGURE HISTORICAL LOGGING ON INTOUCH FOR TERMINAL SERVICES ................................................................ 13 CONFIGURING AUTOMATIC STARTUP ................................................................................................................ 14 MISCELLANEOUS LIMITATIONS IN A TERMINAL SERVICES ENVIRONMENT .................................................................. 15

    INTRODUCTION TO INTOUCH FOR TERMINAL SERVICES ........................................................................ 16

    INTOUCH FOR TERMINAL SERVICES ................................................................................................................... 16 INTOUCH IN THE TERMINAL SERVICES ENVIRONMENT .......................................................................................... 16

    Why was Terminal Services renamed to Remote Desktop Services In Windows Server 2008 R2? ... 17 How the /admin switch behaves .......................................................................................................... 17 Remote Desktop Services (Role) ........................................................................................................... 19 Using Remote Desktop Services ........................................................................................................... 20 Remote Desktop Services (Role services) ............................................................................................. 21

    INSTALLING REMOTE DESKTOP SERVICES ........................................................................................................... 23 Install Remote Desktop Services (Role) ................................................................................................ 23 Install Specific Remote Desktop Services ............................................................................................. 25

    INTOUCH FOR TERMINAL SERVICES ................................................................................................................... 28 Why InTouch for Terminal Services? .................................................................................................... 28 Terminal Services Benefits for InTouch ................................................................................................ 28 Remote Control .................................................................................................................................... 33

    GETTING STARTED WITH INTOUCH FOR TERMINAL SERVICES ................................................................ 34

    UNDERSTANDING INTOUCH FOR TERMINAL SERVICES ........................................................................................... 34 Key Points ............................................................................................................................................. 34

    RUNNING INTOUCH APPLICATIONS IN A TERMINAL SERVICES ENVIRONMENT ............................................................ 35 Standalone InTouch for Terminal Services configuration created using Wonderware WindowMaker. ............................................................................................................................................................. 35 Running a Managed InTouch Application with Terminal Services ....................................................... 35 Running a Published InTouch Application with Terminal Services ....................................................... 37

    TYPES OF INTOUCH FOR TERMINAL SERVICES ...................................................................................................... 37 WINDOWS 2008/R2 .................................................................................................................................... 38 TERMINAL SERVICES BEHAVIOR IN WINDOWS SERVER 2008 ................................................................................. 38 ACP THIN MANAGER .................................................................................................................................... 39

    How ThinManager Works .................................................................................................................... 40

    PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS FOR TERMINAL SERVER APPLICATIONS ................................................... 41

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    SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS ................................................................................................................................. 41 WORKING WITH NETWORK LOAD BALANCING .................................................................................................... 43

    About the Network Load Balancing Feature ........................................................................................ 43 About Remote Desktop Connection Broker .......................................................................................... 43 About Managed InTouch Applications with Network Load Balancing................................................. 44

    SETTING UP A NETWORK LOAD BALANCING CLUSTER ........................................................................................... 46 Topology 1: Leveraging Network Load Balancing by Configuring Remote Desktop Connection Broker on One of the NLB Cluster Nodes ......................................................................................................... 47 Topology 2: Leveraging Network Load Balancing by Configuring Remote Desktop Connection Broker on a Separate Node ............................................................................................................................. 49

    INSTALLING REMOTE DESKTOP SERVICES ........................................................................................................... 51 Installing Network Load Balancing ...................................................................................................... 57 Adding a Remote Desktop Session Host Server .................................................................................... 59 Creating a Network Load Balancing Cluster ........................................................................................ 61

    CONFIGURING REMOTE DESKTOP CONNECTION BROKER SETTINGS ......................................................................... 69 DISCONNECTING FROM AND CONNECTING TO A REMOTE DESKTOP SESSION ............................................................ 73

    Viewing Connected Sessions ................................................................................................................ 73

    WONDERWARE LICENSING .................................................................................................................... 76

    LICENSE TYPES ......................................................................................................................