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I have some customers using Terminal Services (Win 2003 R2)Their IT provider wants to upgrade them to Remote Desktop Services (Win 2008).Whilst there are good prudent technical reasons for doing this, what will the end user experience?For example, will it be faster? Will the user see any tangible...
hello. I was ashamed to ask the question to my colleagues though I am an absolute newbie... When I finally got the courage to do ask, I found out to my surprise that they did not know better than me..... here is the question: I access the AD of my customer by logging to a windows server...
With everyone and their dog jumping in the VDI market, can we expect to see more tools like MED-V, APP-V and TS, or does Microsoft plan to continue building on these core products? This question is from the Microsoft Virtualization Chat on ITKnowledgeExchange.com