Ever hear of this: TSGrinder? If not, look into it because it could spell the end of the world as you know it if you have 3389 exposed ... or even RDP via an alternate port.
A TSGrinder like tool put the kybosh on a huge project we were working on years back due to the risk factor and the number of sniffs and subsequent attempts against the TS box.
If Terminal Services is needed, then the Remote Web Workplace is the cat's meow. A direct link in RWW to the "Application Server" means users will pick up quickly where they need to click.
SSL security, with the ability to provide another tier of security in AuthAnvil tokens means that Terminal Services will be that much more secure.
And, with the advent of SBS 2008 and TSApps, the RWW integration scenarios just keep growing!
Microsoft Small Business Specialists
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