Scenario: An electrical company recently upgraded to Windows Server 2003, including Active Directory. Because the Active Directory team did not communicate with the Citrix team, no Terminal Services-related group policy objects (GPOs) were incorporated as part of the initial rollout. engaged your team to provide an assessment of the current environment. The CIO has asked that you participate in the Terminal Services GPO discussion and make recommendations to improve scalability, as additional users will require the growth of the environment at from 5 servers to 25 with remote access capability. Currently, Terminal Services roaming profiles and home directories are designated by means of individual user properties. Within farm properties, keep-alives are set. Within Citrix policies, audio, COM port and drive mappings are disabled. Within the Citrix Connection Configuration, timeout settings are configured. Which two settings should be centralized within Active Directory GPOs so that the environment will scale? (Choose two.)
Terminal Services roaming profiles and home directories
Session reliability settings
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