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  • Blog Post: Setting up a new Remote Desktop Services deployment using Windows PowerShell

    Hi, my name is Omair Gillani and I’m a program manager on the Remote Desktop Virtualization team. Remote Desktop Services (RDS) for Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate offers an integrated management experience in the new Server Manager, which makes it easy to deploy, configure, and manage RDS end...
  • Blog Post: Get a complete Windows Server 2012 VDI solution today!

    So you can’t wait to get your hands on some awesome hardware to host a Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) solution with all the great innovations in Windows Server 2012? The wait is over—order your hardware now! At WPC in Toronto, Dell just announced the first VDI reference architecture based...
  • Blog Post: Everything you ever wanted to know about Microsoft VDI - from TechEd 2012

    Hi, I am Gaurav Daga, Lead Program Manager on the Remote Desktop Virtualization team. I work on RemoteFX, and I attended TechEd last month with a few of my teammates. In June, Dean Paron posted two TechEd overview videos for Remote Desktop Services (RDS) in Windows Server 2012. Today’s blog...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to Windows PowerShell scripting in Windows Server 2012 Remote Desktop Services

    Hello all, my name is Travis Howe and I’m a developer on the Remote Desktop Virtualization team. One of the new features that we’re all very proud of in Windows Server 2012 is a new Windows PowerShell layer, which provides a powerful set of functionality to set up, configure, and control your Windows...
  • Blog Post: RD Connection Broker High Availability in Windows Server 2012

    Hello, this is Jingyuan, Munindra, and Sriram from the Remote Desktop Virtualization team. There have been a couple of posts recently about the new Remote Desktop Services features in Windows Server 2012. This post provides an in-depth look into one of those features, the new high availability feature...
  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Web Access single sign-on now easier to enable in Windows Server 2012

    Hi, I’m Sergey, one of the developers on the team that produces Remote Desktop Services. In Windows Server 2008 R2, we introduced Web Single Sign-On (web SSO), which reduced the number of times a user was asked for credentials when accessing RemoteApp programs published through Remote Desktop Web...
  • Blog Post: Remote Desktop Services “What’s New” in Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate

    Hi, I’m Ben Meister from the Remote Desktop Virtualization team. We’ve been hard at work after the beta release earlier this year. This post highlights some of the features added and enhancements made in the Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate build. Special thanks to Snesha Foss and Shanmugam Kulandaivel...
  • 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: Announcing Windows Server "8" Beta, which includes Remote Desktop Services

    This morning the beta release of Windows Server “8” was announced by Bill Laing. As part of Windows Server “8” Beta we have made significant improvements in Remote Desktop Services for both session-based and virtual machine-based deployments. Please stay tuned to the Windows...
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