RDP loadbalacing

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  • karimraoudy
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    #167063

    Hello , Everyone

    I’ have two server , server1 and server2

    – the server1 has an entreprise application that work with sql server and the user access via (rdp) (public adresse)

    – the server2 has the mirroring and the application , if the server1 fail the application on server 2 work fine .

    I want the users to access to the server2 automatically with the same public adresse when server1 go down

    thank for all you’re time

    Karim.


    tom2008
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    #391807

    Hi ,

    You need to configure RDP NLB ,

    Requirements for using NLB with a terminal server

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    To use NLB, a computer must have:

    • At least one network adapter for load balancing.
    • Only TCP/IP used on the adapter for which NLB is enabled. Do not add any other protocols (for example, IPX) to this adapter.
    • All hosts in the NLB cluster must reside on the same subnet.
    • Ensure that the cluster’s clients are able to access this subnet.
    • All terminal servers in the terminal server farm should be joined to the same domain.

    [h=2][/h] Steps for configuring NLB with Terminal Services
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    To configure NLB with Terminal Services, complete the following steps:
    Step 1: Set up a terminal server farm with TS Session Broker.
    Step 2: Install NLB.
    Step 3: Create an NLB cluster.
    [h=3][/h] Step 1: Set up a terminal server farm with TS Session Broker [HR][/HR]

    For a terminal server to use TS Session Broker, you must add the computer account for the terminal server to the Session Directory Computers local group on the TS Session Broker server.
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    [TD]You must perform this procedure on the server where you installed the TS Session Broker role service.
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    [h=4][/h] To add a terminal server to the Session Directory Computers local group [HR][/HR]

    • On the TS Session Broker server, click Start, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Computer Management.
    • In the left pane, expand Local Users and Groups, and then click Groups.
    • In the right pane, right-click the Session Directory Computers group, and then click Properties.
    • Click Add.
    • In the Select Users, Computers, or Groups dialog box, click Object Types.
    • Select the Computers check box, and then click OK.
    • Locate and then add the computer account for the terminal server that you want to add.
    • Click OK when finished.

    You can configure a terminal server to join a farm in TS Session Broker by using the Terminal Services Configuration snap-in.
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    Blood
    Blood
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    #337295

    Always quote your sources. The page may be updated to reflect new best practices etc., and that can make or break a config.
    https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc771300(v=ws.10).aspx

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