Windows 2000 Terminal Services is an important addition to all versions of Windows 2000 Server. It provides a way to centralize management and application deployment across the entire enterprise. Terminal Services Manager lets you control the connections to servers across the entire enterprise, and Client Connection Manager lets you create and deploy preconfigured connections to clients. You must specially install applications that will be used by Terminal Services Client to be able to properly handle the multiuser environment. You can run all Windows 2000 servers in remote management mode to give the system administrator the ability to easily connect to all of the servers in his or her network. The next chapter covers additional services that come with Windows 2000, including Indexing Service and Message Queuing.