About Show #14
Richard and Greg dive into a discussion with Charlie Russel on Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services RemoteApp, but not before a detour to talk about Charlie's networking disaster around Service Pack 2 for Windows 2003 Server R2. RemoteApp is a new feature for Terminal Services in Windows Server 2008 that allows users to remotely access an application as if it was running locally on their own machine.
A chemist by education, an electrician by trade, a UNIX sysadmin and Oracle DBA because he raised his hand when he should have known better, an IT Director and consultant by default, and a writer by choice, Charlie is the author of more than 2 dozen computer books on operating systems and enterprise environments, including "Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Administrator's Companion"(MS Press), "Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 R2 Administrator's Companion"(MS Press), "Microsoft Windows XP Resource Kit, 3rd Edition"(MS Press), and "Oracle DBA Scripting Quick Reference"(Prentice-Hall PTR). He has also written numerous white papers and case studies on Microsoft.com and is a regular columnist for the Windows Expert Zone and the Windows Vista Community Site.