Where to read about setting up a terminal server?

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Installed windows server 2003. The role of the one — terminal server. Iron: i5, 4Gb, 2x500 raid1.
Behind router dlink-dir300. On the router a static ip outside white. Inside, on the server, propolene rdp ports and rsync. Channel to the Internet 20/10 Mbps.
There are 2-4 of the client in different parts of the city. The Internet is everywhere not less than 1/0.5 megabits. ping from the client to the server 60.
And there are brakes in drawing in the clients ' terminals. You can work, but annoying.
Read the windows help on microsoft website, different sets of instructions on the Internet. Found the following solution:
to add a role to the VPN server. All clients are connected via VPN;
to include in properties of a network "network load balancing". Stopped me this:
The program "network load Balancing" automatically detects a failed server and distributes client computer traffic among the remaining servers.

In General, the literature is searched (online) for setting up a terminal server.
Or a couple of tips right here.
Or both.
Thank you
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connectus to the server on which the channel of 1 megabit... made as on the screen... no brakes...
\rimage
Are you sure that on the client machines where 1-0,channel 5, as You write--- no one shakes torrents, etc.? Well, that is the channel free?
Plus disable unused local resources in the connection settings...
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But VNC works fine(not slow?), and what is the real speed between the client and terminal server? And which program you have slows down, and in fact, maybe you're in the DIN of a toy or watching FullHD movies.
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ping may and less than 60, but the packet loss is?
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>>And there are brakes in drawing in the clients ' terminals. You can work, but annoying.
you have either a weak channel "down" from customers, or "up" from the server.
Check out at least the same speedtest.net
\r
>> I found the following solution:
All these "solutions" have nothing to do with terminal server.
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And in the end, the clients of the driver in the video are?
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