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  • Blog Post: Introducing Microsoft RemoteFX USB Redirection: Part 2

    RemoteFX USB redirection allows many types of USB devices to be used in the remote VDI session. In addition to the existing high-level device redirection mechanisms in RDP (printers, USB drives, smart cards, PnP devices, audio, etc.), RemoteFX USB redirection allows devices such as scanners, multifunction...
  • Blog Post: More partner momentum around Microsoft RemoteFX in Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 Beta

    Hi, Max Herrmann here again , and today I am writing to you from our Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington D.C. where we are talking to 9,000+ partners about the public beta release of Service Pack 1 for Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7. Check out Oliver's blog about SP1 beta and download the...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Microsoft RemoteFX USB Redirection: Part 1

    In April, Max Herrmann posted a blog article announcing our newest device redirection feature for Remote Desktop Virtualization Host: RemoteFX USB redirection. In this three-part series, we’ll take a closer look at the feature and how it helps close the gap between the user experience of a local user...
  • 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: Terminal Server Plug and Play Device Redirection Framework in Vista and Longhorn: Part 3

    After discussing the inbox Plug and Play device redirection capabilities in Windows Vista and Windows Server codename “Longhorn”, in this conclusive part of the series, we talk about how third-party Plug and Play device drivers can be authored in such a way that they can function over this new Plug and...
  • Blog Post: Terminal Server Plug and Play Device Redirection Framework in Vista and Longhorn: Part 2

    In the last part of this series, we introduced the new Plug and Play Device Redirection Framework and discussed how to redirect Windows Portable Devices based digital cameras and media players. In this part, we are going to talk about a targeted retail customer scenario – how the Framework can help in...
  • Blog Post: Terminal Server Plug and Play Device Redirection Framework in Vista and Longhorn: Part 1

    This is a three part series on the new Plug and Play Device Redirection Framework introduced in Windows Vista and Windows Server codename “Longhorn”. In this first part we introduce the Framework and talk about the inbox supported Windows Portable Devices redirection. In the second and third parts we...
  • Blog Post: Why does my shared clipboard not work? (Part 2)

    (…because the clipboard is a shared system resource) A few years back we came across a bug where a customer was unable to copy data from a remote session to the local session using the TS shared clipboard. They had a script in the remote session that was doing something like: CopyDataToClipboard...
  • Blog Post: Why does my shared clipboard not work? (Part 1)

    The TS shared clipboard allows you to copy and paste data between local and remote sessions. When it works its really simple and seamless, but what about when it doesn’t? Diagnosing clipboard problems can be hard and frustrating! The majority of clipboard problems fall into the category of clipboard...
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