Remote Desktop Services Community Verified Compatibility Center is Live

Remote Desktop Services Community Verified Compatibility Center is Live

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Microsoft today launches the Remote Desktop Services Community Verified Compatibility Center! This community driven website will help you to:

  • Verify the compatibility status of both Microsoft and non-Microsoft applications in the Remote Desktop Services environment.
  • Get help and solutions for various application compatibility issues.
  • Understand application compatibility issues, which will help you better plan your investments.
  • Continuously drive up application listing and content quality.

If the application that you are looking for is not listed, please submit it here.

This website is of the community, for the community, and by the community.

So, what are you waiting for? Sign in and start contributing NOW!

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  • I get a page not found error. I guess the site is not quite ready...

  • Thanks, Neil. We're looking into this and the problem should be fixed shortly.

  • Any plans to provide a similar platform for sharing information on hardware compatibility? For example, I have a certain Thin Clinet model and wonder if it would work with RemoteFX.

  • We've published hardware requirements for RemoteFX here: technet.microsoft.com/.../ff817602(WS.10).aspx

  • Yep, having published requirements is well understood.

    But, after all, various software requirements were around here for quite a long time. And now it's getting clear that having just requirements published is not enough for some folks. And this is how the brand new Community Verified Compatibility Center was born, right? So it seems pretty logical to me to extend this initiative to hardware compatibility as well.

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