The TS team had a great presence at PDC 2008 with a couple of breakout sessions and a booth at the Microsoft Pavilion where we showed off our Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 features and previewed a few of our new features that are slated for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, the next Microsoft client and server releases.
To start off, there was a demonstration of the true multi-monitor support in remote desktop in the day two keynote. While the whole keynote is worth a watch to get a flavor of a number of new features in Windows 7 and other upcoming Microsoft products and technologies, 01:01:33 has the said remote desktop true multi-monitor support demo.
Next was a session on day three by Christa Anderson and Niraj Agarwala - ES22 Extending Terminal Services and Hyper-V VDI in Windows 7
And finally there was a session on day four by Nadim Abdo and Gaurav Daga - ES21 Windows 7 Presentation Virtualization: Graphics Remoting (RDP) Today and Tomorrow
Here is a picture of the TS team attendees at our booth in the Microsoft Pavilion where we demonstrated to attendees a whole array of our Windows Server 2008 and upcoming Windows Server 2008 R2 features.
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I find it very disturbing that MS still refuses to acknowledge the need for an intelligent Load balancer (more than just session broker or NLB) and also the need for a central common portal for farms of terminal servers. In addition, if MS can build in Live migration for an ENTIRE os, why can't they do it for an RDP session?
Please.... Someone needs to recognize these needs. The need is out there.
When do you plant to release a beta version of remote desktop connection 7?
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