This article takes a deep dive into the new PowerShell available with Windows Server 2012 and explains how you can automate the installation, configuration and maintenance of Remote Desktop Services using the new PowerShell commands.
In this article, the author will take a look at how PowerShell is integrated with Remote Desktop Services in Windows Server 2012.
In this article the author will look at some ways of collecting valuable information for troubleshooting issues in RDS environments when running Windows Server 2012 (up until now Windows Server 8 Beta).
In this article, the author looks at the integration of RemoteApps running on Windows Server 8 Beta and launched from a Windows 8 client.
In this article the author will show how to use out-of-the-box Microsoft technologies to prevent users from running applications rather than (or maybe even “on top of”) preventing them to see the (shortcuts to) applications in their start menus or on their desktops.
In this second part of Remote Desktop Server farms article series, the author will see why and how the RD Connection Broker serves a central role.
In this article, the author will be taking a closer look at Remote Desktop Farms in Windows Server 2008 R2.
In this article, the author will take a closer look at what Windows Server 8 is going to offer concerning management of Remote Desktop Services.
A look at how printing in session virtualization has evolved in what it is today in Windows Server 2008 R2 (SP1).