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  • Blog Post: Introducing Microsoft RemoteFX USB Redirection: Part 3

    In Part 1 of our series on RemoteFX USB redirection, we looked at an overview of the feature and what it can do, and how to set up a basic deployment of the feature. In Part 2 , we discussed publishing, deploying for rich and thin clients, RD Web Access, and server device security. Now, let’s take a...
  • 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: Multimedia Redirection Improvements in Windows 7 and WS2008 R2 – Part 1

    This is the first in a series of blog topics to introduce you to improvements we have made in RDP in Windows 7 and WS2008 R2 to enhance your audio and video playback experience in remote sessions. Media playback experience has been improved by efficiently transporting audio/video-based multimedia in...
  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Services at the 2009 MVP Summit

    Last week, Microsoft hosted the annual MVP Summit in Seattle and Redmond. The term MVP stands for Most Valuable Professionals. The Microsoft MVP Program is a worldwide award and recognition program that strives to recognize amazing individuals in technical communities around the world – these are individuals...
  • Blog Post: Terminal Services Team Presence at the Microsoft Professional Developer Conference (PDC) 2008 in Los Angeles, CA

    The TS team had a great presence at PDC 2008 with a couple of breakout sessions and a booth at the Microsoft Pavilion where we showed off our Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 features and previewed a few of our new features that are slated for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, the next Microsoft...
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