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Page |1 Windows Server 2008 Lesson 4 Terms 1. Application Servers a. 2. Client-side Caching a.

A remote desktop connection feature that enables a client to store screen elements that remain unchanged from one refresh to the next in a cache on the computer. 3. Copy on write data sharing a. A windows server 2008 terminal services memory management technique used by the operating system that, when a client attempts to write to a shared application file, creates a copy of that file, allocates it for the exclusive use of that client, and writes the changes to the copy. 4. Hybrid virtualization a. A type of virtualization in which a host OS shares access to the computers process with the virtual machine manager, with each taking the clock cycles it needs and passing control of the processor back to the other. 5. Hyper-V a. A windows server 208 role that implements hypervisor virtualization on the computer. 6. Hypervisor a. In virtualization an abstraction layer that interacts directly with the computer physical hardware. 7. Microsoft SoftGrid Application Virtualization a. Creates a customized virtualized environment for an application that you can deploy to clients from a server. 8. Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2007 a. A network management product, designed for Large-sized organizations that administrators can use to deploy applications. 9. Microsoft System Center Essentials 2007 a. A network management product, designed for medium-sized organizations that administrators can use to deploy applications. 10. Remote Desktop Connection a. A program running on a desktop computer that establishes a connection to a terminal server using remote desktop protocol (RDP) and displays a session window containing a desktop or application. 11. Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) a. The protocol used to transmit screen information, keystrokes, and mouse movements between the remote desktop connection client and a remote desktop or terminal services server. 12. RemoteAPP a. A terminal services feature that enables clients to run terminal server applications within individual, resizable windows.

Page |2 Windows Server 2008 Lesson 4 Terms 13. Session a. In terminal services, a collection of client processes that form an individual user environment running on the server. 14. Session ID a. In terminal services, a unique identifier that a terminal server assigns to each client session to keep the processes for individual clients separate. 15. Terminal Services Client access licenses (TS CALs) a. A document that grants a single client access to a specific software program, in this case, a Terminal services server. 16. Thin Client Computing a. A variation on the mainframe computing paradigm, in which clients function only as terminals, and servers do all of the application computing. 17. TS Licensing Server a. A terminal services software component that issues client access licenses to terminal services clients on a network. 18. Virtual Instance a. A guest OS installed on a virtual machine in a windows server 2008 computer using Hyper-V. 19. Virtual Machine Manager (VMM) a. A virtualization software component that enables administrators to create and manage virtual machines on a computer. 20. Virtual Machine (VM) a. In virtualization one of multiple separate operating environments on a single computer, in which you can install a separate copy of an operating system. 21. Virtualization a. The process of deploying and maintaining multiple instances of an operating system on a single computer.