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  • Blog Post: TS Session Broker Extensibility (Part 2)

    In a previous blog post, Christa gave a high level explanation of the extensibility points we introduced to Session Broker (SB) in Windows Server 2008. In this post, we will dive a bit deeper to see how we can use SB Extensibility to build our own load balancing logic. As Christa mentioned, when a new...
  • Blog Post: How To: Extend the TS Session Broker to Support VDI (Part 1)

    Terminal Services is both a collection of features and a platform for the TS team’s independent software vendor (ISV) partners. As a platform, we want to make sure that our components can be easily extended to support our partners’ vision of what Terminal Services can do—and we want...
  • Blog Post: Dynamic Virtual Channels

    An important goal of the Terminal Services (TS) team is to provide a product that can easily be extended by third parties to better meet their needs. While TS has always supported virtual channels, they had their limitations, including the limited number of channels and the difficulty involved in writing...
  • Blog Post: TS-Teleport: Sample Instructions

    Installation To install the sample the user needs to register both client plug-in and shell extension on the TS client and server machines respectively. NOTE: The VS support DLLs need to be copied to the same path as the sample DLLs.   Please choose the right VS support DLLS for the architecture...
  • Blog Post: Writing a Desktop Sharing Application

    Windows Desktop Sharing (WDS) API provides a rich set of API to share your complete desktop or just individual applications. Below is a step-by-step guide to write a sharing application. I have chosen C#/.Net to make things simpler and we will be using Visual Studio 2005 as the IDE. Windows Desktop...
  • Blog Post: Windows Desktop Sharing API

    Windows Desktop Sharing API Basics Microsoft Terminal Services provides a public "Windows Desktop Sharing API" based on RDP to enable customers to write custom collaboration solutions in Windows Vista . These API's are available on all the SKU's starting with Windows Vista Home Basics. You can write...
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