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  • Blog Post: RDP Client Reference Source Code Now Available to RDP Licensees

    As part of the RDP Client Licensing program, RDP licensees are now able to get reference source code for an implementation of the Remote Desktop Protocol and its extensions. Important to note: This is for reference only. Copying is not provided. This is only for the client side of the Remote...
  • Blog Post: Desktop Virtualization with RemoteFX in TechEd 2010

    Hello there, I’m Nelly Porter, Group Program Manager at Microsoft, and I'm working on the coolest remoting technology: Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) and RemoteFX. This week I’m attending TechEd 2010 in New Orleans discussing RDP and RemoteFX in depth and show some very interesting demos. For all of you...
  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Protocol Licensing – How To Get the IP Rights You Need

    Companies that are creating an implementation of the Remote Desktop Protocol set can license the Intellectual Property(IP) rights they need from Microsoft by signing the RDP Client License. Products that might need these rights to interact with Windows Remote Desktop Servers (Sessions or VM based) include...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Remote Desktop Protocol Performance Improvements in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7 white paper

    With the growing trend toward desktop virtualization, it is Microsoft’s goal to provide enterprises with a flexible model for centralized computing, whereby the broadest range of client devices can help securely access company data and applications from any location on the network. As with Remote Desktop...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 with RDP7: Best OS for VDI

    In the minds of IT admins looking to enable a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) environment, Windows XP has by far been the preferred OS running in the VMs. However, with the arrival of Windows 7, IT admins have several important reasons, as outlined in this blog, to reconsider. In fact, an upcoming...
  • 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: Announcing RDP 6.1 Performance White Paper

    With the Windows Server®°2008 and Windows°Vista® operating systems, Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP 6.1) enables new presentation and remote-oriented features such as Desktop Window Manager (DWM) presentation virtualization, 32-bit support, ClearType® display technology, and device redirection, together...
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