Windows Server 2012 introduces some significant improvements to RemoteFX™. One feature – RemoteFX vGPU - already present in Windows Server 2008 R2 is the ability to use a physical graphic adapter (GPU) in the Hyper-V host to accelerate the host-side rendering of display content. This guide describes the configuration steps to leverage RemoteFX vGPU in Windows Server 2012.
This MS document provides performance and scalability testing results for RD Connection Broker, and describes the most relevant factors that influence performance.
Propalms? Exactly, that's what I thought too. Apparently they are still alive. They just launched version 7.0 of their flagship product called TSE.
Office 2013 doesn’t really play very nice with RD Session Host on a default install. Here are some tips to make more RD Session friendly.
If you are new to the benefits of a Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI), not sure when or why to use session-based or virtual machine-based desktop deployments, or have questions about the architecture (including App-V and UE-V), consider taking the new Jump Start course on April 18, 2013.
Microsoft’s Media Player Redirection is great technology that allows a near native user experience when playing videos trough RDP. But sometimes it can be hard to tell if it is working (not be confused with if it is ‘enabled’). This Microsoft tip helps you determine if it is working.
Liquidware Labs,announced significant new features being released in ProfileUnity Flex App 5.5. ProfileUnity FlexApp 5.5 introduces optional FlexApp Department Installed Applications (DIA), a newly redesigned Admin user interface, tighter integration with Microsoft Active Directory, and numerous other significant new features.
RES recently released RES Workspace Manager 2012 SR2, these are the new features.
Cortado announced its ThinPrint RDP Engine 9.0 designed specifically for RDS printing while fully supporting Windows Server 2012.
This tool allows VMware View administrators to easily manage users across desktop pools and security groups for large deployments – something that is hard just using the VMware View native tools.