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Here is the list of all
those pros and cons




Simplified Management

Server Requirements

Reuse low end hardware 

Some Programs dont work

Minimal effort on Client Installs

Server Security needs to be

Quick Replacement of Clients

Server Setup 

Overall Network Load will be less

Licensing Model

In my opinion Terminal Server is a good option to install on your
Windows 2000 Server.  If you don’t plan on allowing your users
to access it in order to run programs it can also be used in
Remote Administration mode to do all you server
maintenance.  If you set up the Advanced Web Client from
Microsoft with your IIS Server then you can access your server from
any Internet Explorer 4 or Higher browser.

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