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  • Blog Post: Help! Finding Remote Desktop Services Information Online

    We’d like to ensure you can find the information you need to use Remote Desktop Services, so here’s a quick roundup of the available resources and when they’re appropriate. For a comprehensive view of current white papers, the most recent blog posts, highlighted technical whitepapers...
  • Blog Post: Q&A: Microsoft RemoteFX and Remote Desktop Session Host Servers

    While we've blogged a lot about Microsoft RemoteFX and how virtual machines benefit from it in a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), we realized that we hadn't always discussed it in detail in relation to Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host). We'd like to use this opportunity to answer some...
  • Blog Post: Mac RDP Source Code Now Available to RDP Licensees

    In a previous blog entry , we announced that Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) licensees now had access to RDP source code to help licensees make their own RDP clients. We've now expanded that source code to include not only the Windows RDP source, but the source for the Mac RDP client. As with the Windows...
  • Blog Post: The Windows Server 2008 R2 Remote Desktop Services Resource Kit is now available!

    In 2008, I coauthored the Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Resource Kit with Kristin Griffin, Remote Desktop Services MVP and a moderator on our TechNet Web forum . Since we are slow learners, in 2010 we decided to do it again. With the help of the Remote Desktop Virtualization team and the Remote...
  • Blog Post: Introducing the Code Gallery Site for RDS Developers

    I’m the partner program manager for the Remote Desktop Services (RDS) team. I help our ISV partners develop on our platform. Any API that is available to partners outside of Microsoft is documented on MSDN , but the MSDN format doesn’t always make it easy to publish longer documents or sample code. That...
  • Blog Post: Check out the RDS Partner Page Refresh

    Remote Desktop Services partners are very important to the RDS team. We’ve had a partner page up for a long time, but wanted to refresh it to better show what our partners do and what value they add to the RDS platform, as well as help you find the resources you want. Today, I’d like to announce the...
  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Connection 7 for Windows 7, Windows XP & Windows Vista

    Introduction Now that we have released Windows 7 & Windows Server 2008 R2 to manufacturing, we wanted to share our plans to make the Remote Desktop Connection (RDC) 7.0 client available to Windows XP and Windows Vista. RDC 7 will ensure that when connecting to Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008...
  • Blog Post: Changes to Remoting Model in RDP 7

    There have been some recent changes for the RTM versions of Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 related to where content is rendered (client or host) when remoted over RDP 7. Read on to learn more about what has changed, and how various types of content are remoted in the final version of RDP7. In pre...
  • Blog Post: Free Stuff! Download the Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Resource Kit

    As announced earlier on this blog, we released the Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Resource Kit in December of last year and the response has been great. Don’t have your own copy yet? For a limited time, you can register to download the book from Microsoft Learning at the following site: http:...
  • Blog Post: The Windows Server 2008 Terminal Services Resource Kit is now available!

    Long before I joined the Terminal Services Remote Desktop Virtualization Team at Microsoft, I was writing/talking/teaching about Terminal Services. I had to quit being an MVP when I joined Microsoft in August of 2007, but the writing bug does not leave you so easily. When Microsoft Press asked me last...
  • Blog Post: A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Desktop

    Ultimately, you’re connected to resources by IP address, not machine name. When working at home the other day, I found that stale DNS entries can make this connection mechanism yield interesting results when connecting to your desktop PC via TS Gateway. Although the set of circumstances that led to this...
  • 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...
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