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  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Services – Upgrade and Migration guidelines for Windows Server 2012 R2

    Hello everyone, I am Geanina Andreiu from the Remote Desktop Virtualization Team. I’m writing today to let you know that we have published the Remote Desktop Services migration to Windows Server 2012 R2 document that will walk you through various migration scenarios for a Remote Desktop Services (RDS...
  • Blog Post: Get started with Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server "8" Beta

    For Windows Server “8” Beta, the Remote Desktop Services documentation team has written topics that you can use to evaluate and deploy Remote Desktop Services within your environment. We will cover Windows Server “8” Beta enhancements in future blog posts. Following is a list...
  • Blog Post: New VDI Management Capabilities in Windows Server "8" Beta Overview

    As part of the Windows Server “8” Beta, we have updated the Remote Desktop Services administration capabilities to simplify deploying virtual machine-based and/or session-based desktops or applications. This includes new features related to pooled deployment (single virtual desktop template...
  • Blog Post: Configuring Remote Desktop licensing settings on a Remote Desktop Virtualization Host server

    [Step 4 corrected 1/27/2011. Thank you, pdias ] This blog post introduces the Windows PowerShell cmdlets for configuring Remote Desktop licensing settings on a RemoteFX -enabled RD Virtualization Host server in Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1. Until Windows Server 2008 R2, in a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure...
  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Services Component Architecture Poster now available

    The Remote Desktop Services Component Architecture Poster is available in PDF format on the Microsoft Download Center ( http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=200520 ). This poster provides a visual reference for understanding key Remote Desktop Services technologies in Windows Server 2008 R2. It explains...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft VDI – High Availability Deployment Options

    The Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (Microsoft VDI) involves multiple role services. To develop a true high availability solution for this setup, you need to understand the high availability solution for each role service. This blog post identifies the key pieces of the Microsoft VDI solution...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft VDI - Overview

    Overview In previous versions of Windows Server, Terminal Services enabled a server to host multiple, simultaneous user sessions. In Windows Server 2008 R2, we have renamed Terminal Services to Remote Desktop Services because it offered a choice of presentation virtualization options: sessions for...
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