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  • Blog Post: Free Remote Desktop Services Application Assessment Program by ChangeBASE

    Are you planning to move your desktop applications to Remote Desktop Session Host (formerly Terminal Server) but are not sure if they will work without issues? Are you looking for a tool to help you automatically determine compatibility? Your wait is over! ChangeBASE, a world leader in automated application...
  • Blog Post: Windows MultiPoint Server application compatibility information now available

    Last September we blogged about the Remote Desktop Services Community Verified Application Compatibility Center that contains application compatibility information for products tested with Remote Desktop Services. We are now pleased to announce this update: the community verified site now contains application...
  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Services Application Compatibility Analyzer Tool Survey

    The Remote Desktop Services team would like your help in improving the Application Compatibility Analyzer tool for future releases. it’s a runtime analysis tool that helps administrators determine if they can deploy specific applications on Remote Desktop Session Host, and identify any problem areas...
  • Blog Post: Announcing Support for Cached Exchange Mode in a Remote Desktop Session Host Environment

    Check out this new document hot off the press. Previously, Cached Exchange Mode was not supported on Remote Desktop Session Host servers. With the release of Outlook 2010, Cached Exchange Mode is now supported. See the document to find out more about the storage footprint, performance impact, and networked...
  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Services Community Verified Compatibility Center is Live

    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...
  • Blog Post: How to detect RDS-specific application compatibility issues by using the RDS Application Compatibility Analyzer

    UPDATE : The new Application Compatibility Assessment is here: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/rds/archive/2011/07/06/free-rds-application-assessment-program-by-changebase.aspx The Remote Desktop Services (RDS) Application Compatibility Analyzer is a runtime program analysis tool that enables administrators...
  • Blog Post: RemoteApp for Hyper-V

    Today, we want to talk about a little known feature in Windows Server 2008 R2 that could be described as RemoteApp for Hyper-V. Like Microsoft RemoteApp, it allows users to access a specific hosted application remotely, as opposed to the entire desktop. With RemoteApp, the application runs in the context...
  • Blog Post: Using App-V without application sequencing for RDSH Compatibility issues

    Introduction This blog post refers to Microsoft Application Virtualization (App-V), which decouples applications from the operating system and virtualizes applications per user, per application instance. As a result, application conflicts and the need for regression testing are dramatically reduced ...
  • Blog Post: Whitepaper Release: Application Virtualization 4.5 for Terminal Services

    We are proud to announce the availability of the white paper “Application Virtualization 4.5 for Terminal Services.”  This white paper discusses the benefits, configurations, and considerations when planning a Terminal Services (TS) solution with Microsoft Application Virtualization for TS (App...
  • Blog Post: New Version of RDS Application Analyzer

    Several changes have been made to the RDS Application Analyzer to fix various issues reported by users over the last few months. The latest version of the tool can be downloaded from: http://connect.microsoft.com/tsappcompat Fixed compatibility with App Verifier Firstly, RDS Application Analyzer has...
  • Blog Post: App-V 4.6 Beta for Remote Desktop Services Available Now

    Great news for all Remote Desktop Services customers out there. The App-V team just announced immediate availability of their 4.6 Beta. This beta includes support for running App-V sequenced application on the x64 platform which finally enables you to use App-V with Remote Desktop Session Host (Terminal...
  • Blog Post: App-V Usage Survey

    Folks, The App-V and RDS teams would like your help in planning future releases. We would appreciate if you could take a few minutes to complete the survey below. Please include your contact information if you wish to be contacted for further discussions to help us shape the next versions! http://www...
  • Blog Post: Application Compatibility - Survey on TS Application Analyzer

    As part of the development of tools to help IT Administrators find compatibility issues with applications and relevant workarounds on Terminal Services (now Remote Desktop Services), the TS App Analyzer was released in 2008 as a beta effort. To further improve the usability and effectiveness of the tool...
  • Blog Post: White paper: Application Readiness for TS

    The ” TS Application Compatibility ” Connect program is aimed at providing content and tools to address application compatibility issues and to enable you to readily deploy your applications on TS. Anyone can join the Connect program to learn about ensuring that an application is ready to be hosted on...
  • Blog Post: Developing Applications for the TS Platform

    While most 32-bit and 64-bit applications run “as is” on Windows Terminal Services, some do not perform as expected due to differences in the platform between Vista and Windows 2008 Terminal Services: 1. Multiple users – Issues related to maintaining user isolation for privacy/security. 2. Concurrent...
  • Blog Post: Terminal Services Application Analyzer Beta

    What is Application Compatibility for Terminal Services? Application Compatibility is the term given to the collection of issues which prevent an application from executing satisfactorily (or in an expected manner) in a given environment - in this case Windows Terminal Services (TS) platform. TS...
  • Blog Post: Office 2007 Beta on Terminal Servers

    Many of you have had issues installing Office 2007 Beta 2 and Office 2007 Beta 2 Tech Refresh. Depending on whether you downloaded Office 2007 from the web or used one of our eval CD / DVDs you will get one of two different product keys one of which causes an issue. You may receive an error message...
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