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  • 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: 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: Manage Remote Desktop Licensing by using Windows PowerShell

    [Aug. 2010: Updated instructions for starting PowerShell in the RDS context] In Windows Server® 2008 R2, we introduced the Remote Desktop Services Provider for Windows PowerShell™ . This post gives examples of how you can use this new feature to manage Remote Desktop Licensing (RD Licensing...
  • Blog Post: RDS CAL Single Pack now available in Retail channel

    Remote Desktop Services client access licenses (RDS CALs) were formerly sold in packs of 5 and 20. Customers buying Retail RDS CALs didn’t have a choice of buying a single CAL, which meant that they had to buy the next higher CAL Pack. For example, if the customer wanted 6 CALs, he had to buy two 5-CAL...
  • Blog Post: Control the Issuance of RDS CALs

    This post is for customers or administrators who want to control which Remote Desktop Session Host (RD Session Host) servers are issued Remote Desktop Services client access licenses (RDS CALs) and which version of RDS CAL is issued to the RD Session Host servers. By default, a Remote Desktop license...
  • Blog Post: Windows Server 2008 RDS and Windows Server 2008 TS CAL Compatibility

    In Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008 TS CALs and Windows Server 2008 RDS CALs will be treated as equal in all respects. So, if a customer has a Windows Server 2008 TS CAL, it will allow the same functionality (connection, experience etc.) as a Windows Server 2008 RDS CAL. Installation ...
  • Blog Post: Migrating a Windows Server 2003 TS License Server

    This article is designed to help those who want to migrate their Windows Server 2003 TS License Server from one machine to another. We recommend that you read through the instructions once before beginning the migration. License Server migration is an added feature in Windows Server 2008 R2. In Windows...
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