This article describes how to install and configure a Netop Guest on a terminal server machine so that it becomes available for use in each terminal server session started on that server.
Since Netop Remote Control modules running on the terminal server (in this case, the Netop Guests) are required to communicate with Netop Remote Control modules running outside the terminal server (i.e.: on networked PC's or “fat clients”, in this case the Netop Hosts), you must observe certain necessary non-standard configuration settings.
In most Terminal Server environments, the Netop Guest can be installed as on Windows PC. After the installation, you should make some minor configuration changes in the Guest for it to be available for all users in the Terminal Server.
In rare cases, you may have to install and run a Netop Gateway in the Terminal Server. The Netop Gateway can receive Netop communication that uses one communication protocol and send it using another communication protocol. It may also serve as a router for Netop traffic between virtual Netop networks.