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  • Blog Post: What does 64-bit only change about Windows 2008 R2 RDS?

    Introduction to 64-bit only As is well known to most of us, the mainstream server shipments today contain 64-bit processors. The 64-bit Windows Server 2008 R2 offers direct access to more virtual and physical memory than 32-bit systems and processes more data per clock cycle, enabling more scalable...
  • 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...
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