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Published on: August 05, 2013
Type of content: EGUIDE
Length: 12 pages
This handbook looks at how Remote Desktop Services (RDS) tools are changing, particularly with the arrival of Windows Server 2012.
Microsoft included features that are being happily welcomed, such as a mechanism to keep pooled desktops intact and a tool to collect virtual desktops without using System Center Virtual Machine Manager. Meanwhile, other features are being met less enthusiastically, like the replacement of Remote Control and the inclusion of the unpopular new Windows interface.
This handbook also looks how Remote Desktop Services differs from VDI and what kinds of organizations would be most likely to benefit from using it.