I recently configured Windows Server 2003 Terminal Services for a client. The 90 day trial CAL period is about to expire, and my client has decided that he's too cheap to purchase CALs. He wants to use the 2 administrative RDP logons for remote access.
Can I just uninstall Terminal Server to revert the RDP functionality back to that of the 2 administrative RDP logons, or is there something else that needs to be done?
What's the best way to uninstall Terminal Services? Through Add/Remove Programs -> Windows Components -> uncheck Terminal Server or through the "Configure Your Server Wizard" by removing the Terminal Server role?