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  • Blog Post: Configuring Remote Desktop IP Virtualization III

    Part III: using Remote Desktop Services Provider for Windows PowerShell™ Part I of this blog post series describes what Remote Desktop IP Virtualization is all about, illustrates the scenarios where it can add value, lists the requirements for configuring a server in Remote Desktop IP Virtualization...
  • Blog Post: Configuring Remote Desktop IP Virtualization II

    Part II: Using Group Policy MMC Part I of this blog post series describes what Remote Desktop IP Virtualization is all about, illustrates the scenarios where it can add value, lists the requirements for configuring a server in Remote Desktop IP Virtualization mode and details the steps involved in configuring...
  • Blog Post: Configuring Remote Desktop IP Virtualization: Part 1

    Part I: Using RD Session Host Configuration MMC snap-in What is Remote Desktop IP Virtualization? In Windows Server 2008, Terminal Server has a single IP address, which is shared among all TS users. This makes the TS experience different from that of regular desktops and introduces some application...
  • Blog Post: Improving TS Gateway availability using NLB

    TS Gateway is a Windows Server 2008 role which provides secure access to corporate desktops and applications for Internet users. Mobile workforces rely heavily on TS Gateway for remote access needs. To ensure 100% availability there are three methods we recommend which can help achieve this goal for...
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