How to setup remote desktop on Windows Server 2003 - As you know, the Windows Server 2003 has remote administration capabilities. While this is still provided by the terminal servers, they are comparatively a lot different. With the remote desktop feature enabled on the Windows server 2003, you can connect to any computer in which you have enabled the settings. The terminal server can be used in the application mode to allow the users to connect to the server using the Remote Desktop and then run the application in the computing mode. The application mode will require a Terminal Server licensing that needs to be set up. This is one of the best features to have been introduced in the Windows operating system.